Articles from August 2013
Here at New Creation Church, people from all over the Diocese joined to pray for Hagerstown and to again “pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers.” It was a powerful time of ministry both to our community and to our budding church family.
Christianity Today shares this stunning fact from new research at Gordon-Conwell’s Center for the Study of Global Christianity...Of non-Christians in North America, 20 percent do not “personally know” any Christians.
St. Stephen’s is about to launch a curriculum that presents the Christian worldview in contrast with the universal Darwinism. This eight-week course - A True & Reasonable Faith for a Skeptical World – is being offered to the Christian community this fall.
Planting Hispanic churches in North America is important for the overall health and growth of the church. The conference illustrated that Anglicans are serious about cultural engagement and promoting the rich diversity.
For more than twenty years, The Marriage Course has been helping couples build strong marriages. You too can deepen your relationship. You can move from dull to dynamic. You can even turn away from separation or divorce.
To read Paul’s Letter to the Philippians is to get a glimpse of a church that was marked by joy, humility, unity, generosity, and mutual love. This fruitfulness and grace are all the more surprising in light of the extraordinary group of initial believers around whom the church was founded.