Who is at the center of your Bible? Fully embracing the correct answer will give you both a right humility and a right boldness as you trust God more and more…
Amid contemporary calls for Christians to “unhitch” their faith from the Old Testament, I say, to quote our bishop, Christians must “rehitch” our faith to this book and this story…
“All genuine Christians affirm that authentic Christianity is apostolic Christianity. Apostolic Christianity rests on the historic, eyewitness testimony of Jesus’ first followers.”
God has defined his relationship his people in no uncertain terms…what is our relationship to the Church?
A sermon on Ephesians 4:1-6 given by the Rev. Justin Clemente at New Creation Church (Anglican), Hagerstown, MD on June 14, 2020, the second Sunday after Pentecost. Part a four-part series on the Four Marks of the Church, as found in the Nicene Creed. Introduction: Why Now? Well, today we begin a four-part series on […]
Psalm 150 shows us that one of the primary messages of the Psalms is that we can each move from lament to praise. What’s amazing to me though, is the way the book of Psalms takes us to this conclusion.
These are the four marks of Ascension hope: receiving the blessing of Jesus, yet recognizing his absence, realizing his place, and seeing his awesome worth.
Being a Christian in this time should not make us careless, nor overcome with cares, but, rather, full of care.
When the Church is true to her identity, there is nothing else like her in the world. Though she be hated, though she be neglected, though she be maligned, she belongs to God and is precious in his sight through Jesus Christ.
“Honor everyone. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the emperor.” (1 Peter 2:17). What a passage for our time!