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Dr. Jacob Kaufman: A Pedagogical Case Study for Worship Leaders on Prayer

Video Content: At June, 2016's annual AFFN Convocation, Network member Dr. Jacob Kaufman presented "Synthesis and Summary: Applying Ancient-Future Principles in Evangelical Worship Traditions” and led...

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Lectio for Lunks… Like Me

Donald Richmond:

"Thomas Cranmer." Gerlach Flicke. 1545. Oil on panel.

The genius of historic Anglicanism is found, at least partially, in its ability to synthesize and simplify. Thomas Cranmer ...

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The Nexus of Prayer and Visual Art

Chris Alford: AFFN Contributing Member Dianne Collard is back with another terrific article, this time with a look at the places where visual art and contemplation and prayer come together.

 
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Kingdom and Cross: An Analysis of the Lord’s Prayer

Don Richmond:

We are all familiar with the warning, “be careful what you pray for.” Although this caution is often offered with considerable tongue-in-cheek, it is also wise to carefully reflect up...

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Learning Mysteries

 

Donald Richmond:

In silence and in stillness a religious soul advances…and learns the mysteries of Holy Scripture.                                                                       - ...

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Healing: A Pater Noster Perspective

 

Donald Richmond:
For my friend and sometime Director, Father Carlos Lopez, OSB, upon the occasion of the 12th year of his ordination:
“Lucy, you gotta lot of ‘splainin to do!”         - Desi A...

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