“I have belonged to, grown in and loved many different expressions of this wondrous Bride of Christ. I have been blessed by the richness that has afforded me in my walk with the Lord, the ability to worship him in many styles has kept me alive in some of the deepest valleys of life. But, in my reflecting over these past years, I have found myself distressed by one commonality across all streams; that we, the body of Christ, seem to be unable to love the way WE do things without denigrating other preferences. We default to the position that the way WE express our adoration to our King, is THE way, THE best, THE most Godly, THE most theologically correct.”… Read More A Symphony of Worship.
re·sur·gent (r-sûrjnt) (adj.) 1. Experiencing or tending to bring about renewal or revival. 2. Sweeping or surging back again. Word Origin and History for resurgent (adj.) 1808, from obsolete verb resurge “to rise again” (1570s), from Latin resurgere “rise again, lift oneself, be restored,”from re- “again (see re- ) + surgere “to rise”. Why The Resurgent Anglican?… Read More Be Restored