Convergence or Confusion

The modern concept of The Convergence Movement was inspired by the spiritual pilgrimages of modern Evangelical writers like Thomas Howard, Robert E. Webber, Peter E. Gillquist and others. It refers primarily to a move among evangelical and charismatic churches in the United States to blend charismatic worship with liturgies from the Book of Common Prayer and other liturgical sources. This blending is the subject of great debate. What … Continue reading Convergence or Confusion

The Quest For Unity

The spiritual climate of our nation is increasingly dry concerning a fresh move of the Holy Spirit. It is the mandate of committed church leaders to speak out against abuse, violence, and evil wherever it begins to flourish. It is our duty as leaders to pray for our government and to help alter policies that … Continue reading The Quest For Unity

New Ministry Perpective

This morning I was catching up on some of my emails and ran across a long apology letter from a ministry that had solicited a date for me to minister next year at a major conference. To my surprise I had received an earlier email I hadn’t opened yet from the same ministry requesting a … Continue reading New Ministry Perpective

Authority In The Church

There is always a need to define, redefine, evaluate where we are concerning our position and our commission. I submit being a bishop is much more than merely looking the part, we have to be the part. That means along with titles for status we need character for example. The normal responsibility and authority of … Continue reading Authority In The Church

My Assignment

GRACE AND PEACE FROM GOD OUR FATHER AND THE LORD JESUS CHRIST, My assignment has been to lead this college of bishops to higher standards of excellence in ministry. We must face the future and unite if we expect to impact a global leadership deficient and become leaders of leaders. These posts are designed to … Continue reading My Assignment