Being Christian

One of the challenges I experience regularly as a priest, a chaplain, and a visible Christian in the world is how to explain the most basic concepts and practices of my faith to a population which, increasingly, has less and less familiarity with it. Inside the church, I often find …

Liturgical Sense

Oftentimes in work, family, community, and throughout one’s life, we perceive certain needs. Questions that ought to be asked, issues that ought to be tended to, work that ought to be done. It is a delight when one reads a book that tends to some of these perceived needs. When …

Bivocational

This book is an effort to reflect on, address, and engage with questions posed by changing models of how the Church functions in the twenty-first century. The model that has been in place for the past few centuries no longer seems sustainable for many and this book is part of the conversation about potential ways forward.

Inwardly Digest

A wonderful introduction to liturgical spirituality! This is a topic that needs addressing regularly and in every generation, and in this book, Derek Olsen has done a very fine job of it. From the cover blurb: Creating a vibrant spiritual life requires us to acknowledge the state we are in …

The Ultimate Quest

A fun, helpful, insightful, tongue-in-cheek introduction to Anglican (Episcopal) tradition and practice using popular geek culture as the point of entry and reference. Jordan Haynie-Ware is an Episcopal priest serving in the Anglican Church of Canada. In addition to writing The Ultimate Quest: A Geek’s Guide to (the Episcopal) Church, …