Anglican leaders should be equipped to do the work they were called to do, but a lack of resources and a confusing context can be overwhelming and leave leaders feeling isolated and alone.
Worse, competing voices and methodologies leave leaders feeling powerless to effect change, frustrated by church decline, and intimidated by unbiblical arguments.
We have created resources, events, and networks for everyone: deacons, priests, bishops, and lay leaders in North America and everywhere Anglicans serve. How can we help?
We have experienced the confusion of trying to build a biblically faithful Anglican ministry in today’s overwhelming context. Yet through our years as ordained ministers, we’ve gained confidence and clarity as we’ve learned best practices through partnerships with missional Anglicans here in North America and around the world. Effective resources and empowering networks have made the difference.
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