Sinopsis

The Diocese of the MidAtlantic brings you insightful podcasts featuring a cross section of speakers from all walks of our Christian life.

Episodios

  • Summit 2017: Understanding the Threat to Conscience Rights

    Summit 2017: Understanding the Threat to Conscience Rights

    09/03/2017
  • Summit 2017: The Father - Heavenly Call and Earthly Responsibility to Defend Life

    Summit 2017: The Father - Heavenly Call and Earthly Responsibility to Defend Life

    07/03/2017
  • Summit 2017: What makes life sacred?

    Summit 2017: What makes life sacred?

    07/03/2017
  • Ratify Admissions of a Church and a Mission

    Ratify Admissions of a Church and a Mission

    02/12/2016

    Ratify Admissions of a Church and a Mission: Church: Church of the Word, Gainesville, VA Mission: Redeemer Anglican Church, Richmond, VA.

  • Report from the Great Commission Committee

    Report from the Great Commission Committee

    02/12/2016

    Report from the Great Commission Committee of the Anglican Diocese of the MId-Atlantic to Synod 2016.

  • Report from the Constitution and Canons Committee Part One

    Report from the Constitution and Canons Committee Part One

    02/12/2016

    The Report of the Constitution and Canons Committee of the Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic to Synod 2016.

  • The Bishops Report to Synod 2016

    The Bishop's Report to Synod 2016

    02/12/2016

    The Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic presents his Report to Synod 2016.

  • Fresh Ways to Ignite Evangelism in Your Church

    Fresh Ways to Ignite Evangelism in Your Church

    01/12/2016

    The Rev. Mary Amendolia, speaker. Why is evangelism so hard? Do you need encouragement to ignite the fire of evangelism in your church? Then please attend this practical session and discover fresh ways your church can re-engage this spiritual discipline. This short interactive session will equip you to contextually share the gospel cross culturally. You will leave this session with fresh ideas for this Christmas and in the year to come. The Rev. Mary Amendolia serves as Pastoral Associate for Evangelism at the Falls Church Anglican and is a Spiritual Director with Coracle. She trained for ministry at Wycliffe Hall in Oxford, England and at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. While working at Heythrop College, University of London, Mary taught adults how to engage in interfaith dialog while she concurrently earned her M.A. in Christian Spirituality with a focus on the visual arts and spiritual transformation. Additionally, Mary holds a B.A. in Art History.

  • The New Federal Regulations on Overtime Pay and How They Will Affect Your Church

    The New Federal Regulations on Overtime Pay and How They Will Affect Your Church

    30/11/2016

    Christine Lambrou Johnson, speaker. The U.S. Department of Labor has issued new regulations which will require churches to pay overtime for all employees paid less than a baseline annual salary of $47,476—that is a more than double increase from the old baseline of $23,660. This Rule, which takes effect on December 1, 2016, will have a significant impact on some of our churches. Christine Lambrou Johnson will share with us how the rule applies to Church employees and, in particular, which kinds of employees may be exempt from the regulations under the “ministerial exception.” Christine Lambrou Johnson is Of Counsel with Gammon & Grange, P.C. She is an experienced litigator with substantial expertise in labor and employment matters. She concentrates her practice on the day-to-day counseling of employers concerning their obligations under federal and state labor and employment law, on the resolution of employment disputes, and on business litigation generally.

  • Synod 2016 Report from the Constitution and Canons Committee Part Two

    Synod 2016 Report from the Constitution and Canons Committee Part Two

    30/11/2016

    The Rev. Becki Neumann, chair of the Constitution and Canons Committee, presents Part 2 of the Constitution and Canons Report.

  • Synod 2016 - Report from the Treasurer

    Synod 2016 - Report from the Treasurer

    29/11/2016
  • Finishing Life Gods Way

    Finishing Life God's Way

    29/11/2016

    Georgette Forney, speaker. The acceptance of legalized assisted suicide, combined with the erosion of conscientious rights in healthcare decisions, demands that we as Christians be better prepared to address aging and dying concerns for ourselves and loved one. In this workshop Georgette Forney will outline ways to equip and empower yourself so you can finish your faith journey in God’s time and in God’s way! She’ll also highlight valuable resources for your church to use in education and pastoral care. The Rev. Georgette Forney, Deacon, is President of Anglicans for Life, the only global Anglican ministry dedicated to helping the Church address abortion, abstinence, adoption, euthanasia, and embryonic stem cell research. She is also the co-founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, an effort to raise awareness about the physical, spiritual and emotional harm abortion does to women and to let those who are hurting from abortion know help is available. Georgette had an abortion

  • Synod 2016 Our Fundamental Anglican Beliefs

    Synod 2016 Our Fundamental Anglican Beliefs

    28/11/2016

    Gregory Strong, speaker. The Constitution of our Diocese calls for each member of Synod to affirm (and regularly reaffirm) the core theological affirmations of the Anglican Church in North America (called the “Fundamental Declarations” of the Province), as well as the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) Statement and the Jerusalem Declaration of 2008. This session will explore those key statements and what they mean for us personally and for our movement. Gregory Strong, a member of The Falls Church Anglican (TFCA), has a Ph.D. in theological and religious studies (Drew University), and an M.Div. (Trinity School for Ministry). He teaches Anglican Studies through Reformed Theological Seminary and theological education for lay people in a collaboration between TFCA and the Ridley Institute, St. Andrew’s Church, South Carolina.

  • Building Bridges with Other Racial and Cultural Groups Part Two

    Building Bridges with Other Racial and Cultural Groups Part Two

    28/11/2016

    Dele and Oneya Okuwobi, speakers. Heaven will be filled with people from every tribe, nation, and tongue. How do we work to make Jesus’ church on earth reflect his church in heaven? The Okuwobis who serve at The Peoples Church of Cincinnati, OH, work to make that happen. In this breakout session, they will reprise their Pre-Synod Workshop presentation on creating multi-ethnic churches and helping our churches effectively reach out to the communities where we live. Dele Okuwobi is Associate Pastor of The Peoples Church, Cincinnati, OH, a church dedicated to building a multi-ethnic congregation. Dele was born in Lagos, Nigeria and raised in New Orleans. Dele is a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God and is married to Oneya Okuwobi. Oneya Okuwobi is Associate Pastor and Director of Cross Cultural Education at the Peoples Church where the curriculum she developed has helped transform the church from a 98% Caucasian commuter church into a truly multi-ethnic church that reflects the

  • Building Bridges with Other Racial and Cultural Groups

    Building Bridges with Other Racial and Cultural Groups

    28/11/2016

    Dele and Oneya Okuwobi, speakers. Heaven will be filled with people from every tribe, nation, and tongue. How do we work to make Jesus’ church on earth reflect his church in heaven? The Okuwobis who serve at The Peoples Church of Cincinnati, OH, work to make that happen. In this breakout session, they will reprise their Pre-Synod Workshop presentation on creating multi-ethnic churches and helping our churches effectively reach out to the communities where we live. Dele Okuwobi is Associate Pastor of The Peoples Church, Cincinnati, OH, a church dedicated to building a multi-ethnic congregation. Dele was born in Lagos, Nigeria and raised in New Orleans. Dele is a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God and is married to Oneya Okuwobi. Oneya Okuwobi is Associate Pastor and Director of Cross Cultural Education at the Peoples Church where the curriculum she developed has helped transform the church from a 98% Caucasian commuter church into a truly multi-ethnic church that reflects the

  • Synod 2016 Morning Prayer Sermon

    Synod 2016 Morning Prayer Sermon

    22/11/2016

    The Rev. Jim Beavers was serving as Headmaster of Trinity Christian School (Fairfax) when he and his family visited Truro Church and discovered Anglicanism. In 1994, they and others were sent out from Truro to plant Christ the Redeemer with the Rev. Tom Herrick, where Jim served in several roles including Senior Warden and, later, part-time Chief of Staff. He earned an M.Div. from Trinity School for Ministry in 2009, and was ordained by Bishop Guernsey as a priest in the Anglican Church in North America that same year. Jim became vicar of Christ Anglican Fellowship (Orange, Virginia) in 2011. He also has served on the Standing Committee of the Diocese since it was first established.

  • Synod 2016 Eucharist Sermon

    Synod 2016 Eucharist Sermon

    22/11/2016

    The Rev. Johnny Kurcina served as a youth pastor at Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg; an assistant minister at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Richmond; a pastoral intern at Christ the King, Alexandria (during its first year as a new church); and through the Timothy Program as a church planter in training at The Falls Church (Anglican) before heading out in 2011 to become the lead planter and rector of Christ Church Vienna. Johnny is a graduate of Madison High School (where CCV worships), UVA, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Trinity College, Bristol, U.K.

  • Everyday Evangelism: What Gospel Are You Sharing?

    Everyday Evangelism: What Gospel Are You Sharing?

    15/03/2016

    We have the best news in the world to share! Shawn Hart distills it and refines it and gives it to us in a form that makes it easy and compelling to share with our friends, family, co-workers and neighbors.

  • Everyday Evangelism: Tell Your Story

    Everyday Evangelism: Tell Your Story

    15/03/2016

    All of us have a story of what Jesus has done in our lives and this story is usually the best way to communicate God’s love to someone we know. Tom Tarrants is a master at teaching how to put your story together in a way that you can share with others to give glory to Jesus. Handout "Writing Your Story" is available for download.

  • Everyday Evangelism: How to Share the Gospel

    Everyday Evangelism: How to Share the Gospel

    15/03/2016

    What do we do when someone says “Yes, I want to follow Jesus!”? How do we share the basics of the Good News with them? How do we lead them in the next steps? How do we do all this naturally, without forcing? Michael Superman lead a practice session with our friends at the training.

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