Galen Dalrymple writes about his work with Medical Ambassadors International (MAI) If you’ve been on a mission trip, you probably came home challenged, rewarded, humbled, overwhelmed, and captivated by the experience. Short term trips increase our awareness of life around the world, the plight of fellow humans and the challenges they face. What we see […]
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This is Angela’s second post about her experience in North Africa. We are grateful for the lessons she brings home to us. In my last post, I wrote a lot about the things that confused me while I was living in North Africa. I reflected that there is a lot I don’t know about the intertwining of […]
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Welcome to Morning Prayer at All Souls Anglican Church, Lent IV. We are still sheltering-in-place as a church community, but we are providing Morning Prayer, complete with hymns and the missal so you can follow along. Click for this Sunday’s resources.
Angela reflects on her experience in North Africa partnering with an organization that does Bible translation work. This is the first of two posts. This is the first time I’ve written publicly to my family at All Souls about my experience in North Africa. I waited a long time because I was hoping I’d be […]
Welcome to Morning Prayer at All Souls Anglican Church, Lent III. We are still sheltering-in-place as a church community, but we are providing Morning Prayer, complete with hymns and the missal so you can follow along. Click for this Sunday’s resources.
Rob Lewis shares the rest of the story…read to the end! Stepping into God’s Story The Bible is the story of Jesus, God become man, by which the catastrophe and mortifying shame of the human condition becomes the means by which we become living human beings – the glory of God. “Liberty is the chief […]
Rob Lewis writes about entering into the life of a church visitor. Post 1 of 2 Chris first came to our church on a Sunday in mid-November last year, and stood quietly and obtrusively just inside our front door. Our narthex is a small space, an intersection between two flights of stairs where two or […]
In this post Roy Stiff tells the story of Slava, former soldier and gangster who now serves God in Moldova Slava usually starts his testimony from right before the fall of the Soviet Union. Slava was in the Soviet military, and in his words, a “believer”, not in Jesus, but in communism. He was sent […]