The Latest

Stewardship 2014

Posted onOctober 30, 2014 | by: Wes Gristy | 0 comments

What is stewardship but an invitation to partner with the God of heaven and earth in his transforming work of world renewal. Think about that: God himself is beckoning you to join him, to give yourself to the healing of the world....Keep Reading

The ACNA and the Anglican Communion

Posted onOctober 16, 2014 | by: Bishop Bill Atwood | 0 comments

A Communion is a relational network of churches and people who are “in Communion.” What that means in the literal sense is that they have Eucharistic fellowship, in other words, they have Holy Communion together. In the case of Anglicanism, it has been expanded to include a number of institutional protocols (like the transfer of clergy), but the heart of the arrangement is the ability to share Holy Communion. ...Keep Reading

But What about Baptism?

Posted onSeptember 4, 2014 | by: Wes Gristy | 0 comments

"But what about baptism?" This is a common question asked by those from the believer's baptism tradition who are curious and interested in moving toward Anglicanism. With all the appeal Anglicanism offers, this can easily become the primary issue one has to work through to finally make it down the Canterbury Trail. Here are a few thoughts on the matter that may help get you there....Keep Reading

Introducing Ali Holcomb

Posted onAugust 31, 2014 | 0 comments

Hi! I’m Ali Holcomb, and I’ll be All Saints’ social work intern for the next year (through April). I’d like to share a few things about myself and explain my purpose at the church. I’m from Northwest Arkansas, and I’ve lived in Jackson for the last four years....Keep Reading

Bishop Atwood Reflects on Assembly

Posted onJuly 3, 2014 | by: Bishop Bill Atwood | 0 comments

Come Holy Ghost, our souls inspire And lighten with celestial fire These ancient words of the Veni Creator were said and sung many times over the three days that the Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America met in conclave. As the church waited, the bishops met over three full days to discern who the next Archbishop would be....Keep Reading

A Call to Pray for 230 Abducted Nigerian Girls

Posted onMay 5, 2014 | by: Bishop Bill Atwood | 0 comments

On April 15th Boko Haram members armed with AK-47s abducted almost 300 high school girls who were gathered to take exams. In the confusion, some fifty escaped, leaving some 230 still in captivity. Recent reports indicate that they are being smuggled across the borders to Chad and Cameroon....Keep Reading

More Than "I Believe"

Posted onApril 21, 2014 | 0 comments

The creeds tell us what we believe, but Christianity is more than what we believe. Here is how Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary, J. R. Daniel Kirk, reworks our creedal statement. For more, he blogs at Storied Theology....Keep Reading

The Easter Season

Posted onApril 21, 2014 | by: Wes Gristy | 0 comments

Easter is the climax of the church calendar. With the resurrection of Jesus, his ministry and message are vindicated, death and evil are conquered, his royal identity confirmed, and new creation breaks forth to overshadow the old. ...Keep Reading