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Anglican Perspective puts you on the frontline of leadership development, church growth, and a global reformation. Stay tuned to the latest news and discussions happening in the Anglican Communion and see what the American Anglican Council is up to as it brings biblically-faithful, Great Commission Anglicanism to North America and the world.
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In this episode, Canon Phil and Canon Mark talk about Compassion and Social Justice and the most recent article written by the Rev. Robert Munday. They also discuss various current events in the Anglican world and give thanks for the blessings that God has poured out on the Church.
The Rev. Canon Dr. Ashley Null is an internationally respected and highly awarded scholar on the grace and gratitude theology of the English Reformation. He recently spoke at the American Anglican Council Nehemiah Society donor dinner, which showed him doing what he does best: giving glory to God while illuminating the scriptures and encouraging his hearers to put them into practice as we journey onward in the faith. Join Canon Phil in this week's podcast to listen on on what Dr. Null has to say about giving God all of the glory.
The Rev. Canon Phil Ashey interviews Ms. Rachel Thebeau, Deputy Communications Director of the Anglican Church in North America and an AAC Next Generation Leader, on what she perceives are the challenges facing the ACNA and its mission of reaching North America with the transforming love of Jesus Christ.
In the midst of what seems like daily disappointments, scandal, and concerns with leadership, how can the Church maintain the unity of the faith, the necessity of bishops, and the character required for leadership? Canon Phil Ashey talks to Beverly Mueffelmann, director of the Daniel Institute and the Bishops Leadership Academy to talk more about how Bishops are being raised up to help strengthen the Church into the next generation.
Canon Phil and Canon Mark talk about the latest developments in the ACNA College of Bishops, with new bishops stepping down, ongoing investigations, and a continued look into the discipline and character of our leaders. How do we help clergy struggling with sin and how do we raise up a new and healthy generation of leaders for the church of today?
Canon Phil and Canon Mark talk about Provincial Council and some of the issues touched upon by ACNA Archbishop Foley Beach and the Church at large.  What are some of the issues of the day that Provincial Council touched upon and how does the Church move forward into this coming year?
Canon Mark and Canon Phil report from ACNA Provincial Council 2021 at the Cove Billy Graham Center in Asheville, North Carolina. They touch upon some of the conversations currently in play among the province's leadership and the implications of this year's council for the whole Church.
Fire in the Fireplace

Fire in the Fireplace

2021-06-0127:42

Canon Phil and Canon Mark talk about the Holy Spirit's place in Anglican renewal. How do you seek the Spirit's presence and empowerment without becoming distracted by emotionalism or a focus on spiritual experiences? The Anglican way forms  safety net of doctrine and practice in which we can seek the Holy Spirit for personal, communal, and global renewal. 
Symbols of a New Era

Symbols of a New Era

2021-05-1831:09

Canon Phil Ashey interviews writer and reporter, Rev. Andrew Symes, of the Anglican Network in England on today's cultural issues pitting the Church against a standard secular orthodoxy of the day. How is the Church to respond in this new era?
In this episode, Canon Phil Ashey interviews Mr. Rich Baker, a Christian attorney from Chicago, Illinois, whose law practice focuses on helping churches and not-for-profit organizations navigate the complexities of today’s highly regulated environment. How does the Equality Act affect Christians already struggling to make sense of the new cultural norms?
Canon Phil interviews Canon Mark Eldredge on the launch of Anglican Revitalization Ministries and its three services offered to pastors and church leaders across North America: Revive, Reframe, and Renew. Learn how Canon Mark and others are engaging the process of revitalizing churches in decline and helping them prosper in order to leave a thriving Anglican legacy for the next generation.
How does the Church talk about the issues dividing it today in a way that maintains the truth found in the Scriptures but also reaches out in love to both unbelievers and believers struggling with their faith? Language matters. How can we begin to think about it as we strengthen our own faith while turning outward with the Gospel for the sake of others?
Anglican Perspective

Anglican Perspective

2021-01-2820:38

Anglican Perspective puts you on the frontline of leadership development, church growth, and a global reformation. Stay tuned to the latest news and discussions happening in the Anglican Communion and see what the American Anglican Council is up to as it brings biblically-faithful, Great Commission Anglicanism to North America and the world. This is the pilot episode! 
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