After spending nine intense days among persecuted Christians in Jos, Nigeria, Dr. McDermott reminds us that following Jesus requires great sacrifice. Nigerian Christians, many who are Anglicans, in Jos are suffering great religious cleansing. In the midst of great fears, our brothers and sisters are ministering and sharing the gospel in ways reminiscent of the New Testament. Listen to Fr. Gerry's encouragement and challenge preached on the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost.Read More
What is weakness? Should we strive to be weak? What did Paul mean when he said "I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses?" This week, Fr. Michael completes our 2 Corinthians series with a recap of what it means to be jars of clay and helps us to understand God's strength in our own weakness.Read More
What does it mean to be reconciled to God? Rev. David Tew helps us understand what it means to be a new creation. Because Christ has atoned for our sins, we have been reunited to God.Read More
In 2 Corinthians 4:16 Paul said that even though our outward man is perishing, our inward man is being renewed day by day. Does Paul mean that the treasure of the gospel is merely housed in jars of clay and that our bodies are not important? Listen to lay preacher Ben Williams explain how Paul's gospel promises the redemption of our entire being, not just our inward being.Read More
What does it mean to be a jar of clay? In this second sermon on 2 Corinthians, Fr. Michael encourages us to exchange the heavy weight of this world with the eternal weight of glory Paul mentions in 2 Corinthians 4:17.Read More
This week's epistle text introduces us to a short series in the book of 2 Corinthians. Fr. Michael highlights 2 Corinthians 4:7 as Paul's thesis for this epistle. It is our weakness and "break-ability" that the Lord uses to show his strength, might, and power. Listen to this week's sermon and study along with us.Read More
This Trinity Sunday, Christ the King Anglican Church was privileged to welcome Archbishop Foley Beach for confirmations and receptions. 32 Anglicans were confirmed or received!