Good Episcopalians Should Judge

Recently my story group from my church met for our weekly meeting. And in case you’re wondering, Story groups are simply what we call our small groups. During the time of discussion the topic of judging came up. The group sentiment was a familiar one here in our western context,…

Podcast S2E2: Universalism Part 1: All are saved through Christ

This episode is the first in a two part mini-series exploring nuanced views on how exactly Christ reconciles us to God the Father. We sit down with Keith Giles to get an overview of Universal Reconciliation, aka Universalism, to really understand what it means when a universalist means when they…

Christianity, Jesus, the Gospel, and the Enneagram

What people think about God is the most important thought they think[1]; beliefs about God affect behavior, self-awareness, and relationships with the Divine, self, and others. Humanity’s image of God is formed and shaped by parents, friends, experiences, culture, and church representatives. A dysfunctional image and distorted understanding of God…

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