We have two brief and exciting announcements for you today, both related to our friend and colleague Cindy Coe’s work as an Episcopal Church Justice & Advocacy Fellow. (1) Cindy has
. Bio: Heidi Haverkamp is Vicar of the Episcopal Church of St. Benedict in Bolingbrook, Illinois. Her gifts for ministry include teaching, preaching, and spiritual guidance and counseling. Her
VTS is proud of saying it has published the largest book ever written by an Episcopal bishop. Indeed, Church: A Generous Community Amplified for the Future is hefty. But in
Drawing from the ancient monastic tradition of “praying the hours,” the Daily Prayer for All Seasons offers eight short, simple services for praying at various times throughout the day: Lauds
Key Resources‘s Kyle Oliver recently interviewed Stephen Cook, VTS professor of Old Testament and author of Reading Deuteronomy. Kyle Oliver: What have you learned about teaching the Bible in parishes? Stephen Cook:
Key Resources’ Chris Hamby recently interviewed Ragan Sutterfiled, VTS middler and author of This is My Body: From Obesity to Ironman, My Journey into the True Meaning of Flesh, Spirit, and Deeper Faith.
Me crié en Nueva Inglaterra, con sus raíces católicas, protestantes y su emergiendo presencia evangélica, y me recuerdo siempre teniendo que tratar de explicar que significa ser episcopal a mis amigos porque nunca habían
In the newly published book, Slow Church, C. Christopher Smith and John Pattison offer criticisms of how our culture’s need for “fast” has crept in to the church in North
David Olshine’s recent book Youth Ministry: What’s Gone Wrong and How to Get It Right presents practical tips for solving what he sees as significant problems in contemporary youth ministry.
In Embedded Faith, author Carlton Johnstone looks into the lives of young adults who are actively engaged with specific worshiping communities. Johnstone’s aim is to uncover the reasons why young