Ask any person who has the privilege of serving as a teacher, and they will tell you that they are learn the most when they are actually teaching. The reality is, whatever context we find ourselves in, each of us has the opportunity to be both a teacher and a learner. In fact, I am … More A Network of Faith Communities
I was recently invited to write an article for the Episcopal Church Foundation’s Vestry Papers on the topic of how we gather around the table. You can read the article here if you wish. Here was my take on the subject: “Who is at our leadership table? Or more importantly, who is missing? Do those … More Who’s at the Table?
‘Tis the season . . . No, not the Christmas season, but rather the season of transition. Almost every meeting I have with a group includes some conversation about our Episcopate transition. One of the things I am often asked is about “engaging God’s mission” or our “missional focus” during my tenure. My response generally … More Engaging God’s Mission