Young adult mission journal 2: What are you willing to give up?
Young adult mission journal 2: What are you willing to give up?

#86198816 / gettyimages.com See Young adult mission journal 1 for Justin’s previous reflection.  Perhaps the most well-known emerging-style Episcopal community in the United States is Thad’s in Santa Monica, CA. Known for

Lenten blogging kept YASC volunteers connected
Lenten blogging kept YASC volunteers connected

First, let us say that anyone can start a blog. It can function as a way to connect with others, share ideas, or be a creative outlet. All you need

Campus ministers to learn online together
Campus ministers to learn online together

“There’s a church beyond our church,” one of my colleagues in campus ministry said recently. She wasn’t talking about other denominations, or denominational structures like dioceses. She was talking about

Young adult mission journal 1: De-churching the gospel
Young adult mission journal 1: De-churching the gospel

  Part II can be found here.  When I was in seminary, a professor once told me that every priest should be able to offer a concise account of the Christian

Kindling Conference resource wrap-up
Kindling Conference resource wrap-up

One of my most important jobs as a faith resource curator is winnowing down large amounts of material and recommending short lists of important and manageable chunks. That’s especially true of conference

Church outdoors: An interview with Holy Hikes
Church outdoors: An interview with Holy Hikes

Key Resource’s Chris Hamby recently interviewed Fr. Justin Cannon, the founder of Holy Hikes.  Chris Hamby: Tell us how you first started Holy Hikes, and why. Justin Cannon: For much of

Exploring ‘hard questions’ by starting with ‘big questions’
Exploring ‘hard questions’ by starting with ‘big questions’

David Bornstein recently wrote on the New York Times Fixes blog about how we can repair our public discourse. His answer was in the form of a question, or rather “big

Easter People #19: Serving with young adults (live from Kindling)
Easter People #19: Serving with young adults (live from Kindling)

The Easter People (well, some of them) come to you from the road! Live from the Kindling Conference for Young Adult and Campus Ministry Leaders, Jason and Kyle were joined

Meeting college students one step at a time
Meeting college students one step at a time

“Start with the chapel steps.” That’s the advice my wife gave me when I told her about the invitation to write this article, a daunting request to describe St. Francis House, the Episcopal

Episcopal Service Corps helps young adults face life’s questions
Episcopal Service Corps helps young adults face life’s questions

Summer is upon us which means, in part, that another class of college students has graduated and are wondering what it means to enter adulthood. Find a job? Move out of their parents’