Browsing All posts tagged under »Deepening Spirituality«

Our Misery

March 26, 2015


Reformed Anglican worship in Morning and Evening Prayer and in the Lord’s Supper keeps to the three-fold biblical pattern that was rediscovered in the Reformation: Guilt, where in preparation to receive Him, we realize and confess our need for salvation and a Savior. Grace, where we hear and understand from God’s gospel Word His provision […]

A bit of à Brakel

August 4, 2012


Readers of this blog will know that I like to spend time in the 16-17th centuries to relax. In between finishing my final revision of my sermon for Sunday on Romans 10.14-21 and my wife off to the hairdresser, I had a bit of time for Wilhelmus à Brakel. Here he is on the way […]

Around One Table

October 20, 2009


What comes to mind first when you think of the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus? If you are an Episcopalian, it seems that you don’t think much at all. This past week the Episcopal Church published a new report, “Around One Table”. The report uncovers and highlights the commonalities that unite Episcopalians. The top core […]