April 2014

Family Friendship Leads to Ministry Partnership

Taylor and Karissa Bodoh served as campus missionaries with InterVaristy Christian Fellowship at Florida State University for almost eight years. They have a special passion for empowering young leaders in the Body of Christ, and for calling skeptics to give Jesus a fresh hearing. 

Faith & Science: Studying a Disordered World

by the Very Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry

Understanding the Christian faith in the light of current scientific theories is a vital topic for anyone seeking to commend Christ today. The highly-publicized recent debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye “the Science Guy” is a case in point, as is the choice to focus on this topic for the recent Mere Anglicanism conference. With my background in physics, it is a subject that has long interested me. 

Rediscovering Friendship

by Dr. Wesley Hill
 
“To the ancients Friendship seemed the happiest and most fully human of all loves…. The modern world, in comparison, ignores it,” wrote C. S. Lewis. 
 
Why would he draw a distinction like that?

From Death to Life: Preaching Resurrection

by the Rev. Dr. Amy Schifrin
 
It was my first week of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE). In fact, it was the third day when I took my first turn “on call.” The pager on my belt buzzed three times that day, and three times I was called to beds where men I had never met were dying. 

Anglican School of Ministry Hands Over Operations to Trinity

Over the summer of 2013, talks began between the Rev. Art Going, Dean and President of the Anglican School of Ministry (ASM), and the Ven. Dr. Mark Stevenson, Academic Dean at Trinity, about the possibility of folding the Anglican School of Ministry into Trinity’s online programs.