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When I became a teacher years ago, I promised myself that I would be a lifelong learner, always striving to incorporate this knowledge into my teaching. I also promised myself and my students that I would reflect on how I chose to teach. I reflect on daily lessons as well as monthly and even yearly … [Read more…]
When in our music God is glorified, and adoration leaves no room for pride; it is as if the whole creation cried, “Alleluia!” While there are as many topics regarding hymns as there are hymns, by request, this brief article will focus on my process of hymn selection for our corporate Sunday morning and … [Read more…]
When I started my ministry as a priest, I served in a large parish as an appointed curate. The Episcopal Church is often known for its unusual nomenclature, but curate was still a word that would elicit many questions when I mentioned my new position. I quickly had to come up with an elevator speech. … [Read more…]
Praying Shapes Believing: Past, Present, and Yet to Come Written by Father Adam Kradel The hero of our first Book of Common Prayer is Thomas Cranmer (Archbishop of Canterbury 1533-1555). However, and you knew there was a however, if you read a biography of Cranmer, it turns out he was more of a thoughtful editor … [Read more…]