Biblically Orthodox in an Online World

03/27/2020By American Anglican Council

At a time when churches are scrambling online to serve the faithful, we are grateful for technological advancements that allow us to come together despite our isolation. Many churches are pushing back the darkness of anxiety and despair through innovative ways to care for their members. Hopeful stories of encouragement, outreach, and service are rising … Read More

Bringing Hope for Healing

03/24/2020By American Anglican Council

Anglicans are pushing back the darkness of the pandemic in which we now find ourselves. In one community after another, hope is being brought to those in despair and isolation. Healing is happening through the service of sincere and loving Christians. In the online clergy covenant care group to which I belong, I listened today … Read More

Freedom from Fear

03/13/2020By American Anglican Council

The Dutch Christian writer and Holocaust survivor, Corrie Ten Boom, said, “Worrying is carrying tomorrow’s load with today’s strength – carrying two days at once…Worrying doesn’t empty tomorrow of its sorrow, it empties today of its strength.” Dear friends, this speaks to the season we are now in, and it’s not just worry about Coronavirus. … Read More

Podcast: Anglican Identity, Unity, and Leadership

01/31/2020By American Anglican Council

2020 is shaping up to be a historically significant year for the future of the Anglican Communion. Sometimes it can be a challenge to understand it: the structure, history, and current issues can be a tangle of information. However, in this podcast interview by Bishop Julian Dobbs from the Diocese of The Living Word (ACNA) with Rev Canon … Read More