filtered by Evangelism
By Annette Buchanan
Annette Buchanan talks about the value of friendships in Jesus in this post on Mark 2 1:12 for the Good Book Club.
By Linda Buskirk
In our latest blog, Linda Buskirk shares the hopefulness stemming from new people taking orders in the Episcopal Church. They come from many different backgrounds to follow the call. We pray for those who are in discernment or contemplating the priesthood.
By ECFVP Editorial Team
Walking in prayer from Sunday to Thursday of election week.
By Ken Howard
Ken Howard compares ministry in two- and four-year colleges and discovers that we have left a lot of low-hanging fruit on trees.
By Alan Bentrup
In his blog, Front Yard Church, Alan Bentrup exhorts us to be “front yard people”, to sit regularly in our front yards and communicate with our neighbors and passersby.
By Ken Kroohs
Ken Kroohs compares wearing red during Pentecost to those crew members in the original Star Trek who wore red on away missions. Most of the red-shirted crew died on those missions, while Scripture tells us we are to die (to self) in God’s mission.
By Demi Prentiss
How are we telling stories through our actions, our ministries, our assets and our congregation? In How Do We Tell Our Story?, Demi Prentiss invites us to ponder some questions about communicating as God’s people.
By Kenn Katona
In Episcopal circles, the word ‘Evangelism’ has long been the source of many jokes. In Evangelism – It’s Now or Never, Kenn Katona implores us to get serious about speaking our story and shares some unconventional ideas for inviting people to our communities and churches.
By Kenn Katona
Durante todo el tiempo en que he sido un episcopal, he oído a la gente hacer chistes sobre nuestra aversión al evangelismo.
By Pickett Wall
In times of fear and uncertainty, the church is our unchanging foundation. In What Happens When Soccer Practice Comes Back? Pickett Wall ponders how we will continue to be community and share our stories when this season of crisis ends.