Day: June 3, 2009

Good news from Fort Worth

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth continues to thrive. Three parishes that have been worshipping in rented spaces because they are temporarily displaced from their property have had to fine larger spaces to accommodate their growth.

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Moravian full-communion agreement considered

One of the many pieces of legislation to be considered by General Convention this summer is the full-communion agreement between the Northern and Southern Provinces of the Moravian Church and the Episcopal Church. If adopted, the agreement would represent a historic achievement of the first trilateral agreement between denominations.

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Christian music in recession

“The money is just drying up,” says John W. Styll, president of the Gospel Music Association. “And it’s not being replaced.” EMI-CMG’s John J. Thompson is more blunt: “In the last four years, the sky has fallen. The industry is not what it was, and will never be what it was.”

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Come, Holy Spirit

The Spirit is also the principle of freedom in the Church. He/She is God’s left hand, just as the Son is the right hand, the Logos, the principle of reason and order. The two are inseparable. But we ought not to forget that without the breath of the Spirit, the Word cannot be given voice.

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Take off our shoes

As we meet other cultures, we understand that the gospel challenges our own culture, and we strive to live and offer an authentic gospel undistorted by that background. Missioners also realize, however, that Christ may be expressed authentically through their own cultural personality as well.

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