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Giving Thanks to God in All Things

Thanksgiving blessings to you all. We are grateful for the bounty and blessing of All Saints Dallas, and for the compassion you continue to show. Kingdom abundance is measured not by what we amass but by generosity in what we give away in time, talent and treasure...Read More

Moving the Hand of God

Six weeks ago I wrote a newsletter following the events of tragic hurricanes and violence in our country. Given the most recent tragedy at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas, I think it is important to revisit suggestions on how to respond...Read More

Praying for Glorious Change

I'm not sure what type of prayer person you are – someone that feels excited to bring your personal requests to God, or someone that would rather bring the needs and joys of others before the Lord, but this weekend you will have the opportunity to do both...Read More

Giving Time Through Prayer

Throughout history - Outpourings of God and even revivals have always been preceded by forerunners. Forerunners are those who sought to give of their time to the Lord - seeking the Lord’s face on behalf of their family, community, city or nation - seeking that God Almighty would intervene...Read More

Receive as Much as You Can, Give as Much as You Can

Recently over coffee with a visitor to All Saints Dallas, I was asked "what is the first step in seeing revival in Dallas?". My answer surprised my guest. “Receive as much as you can, and give as much as you can...Read More

Obligation or Volunteer

In a recent article, Claude Alexander writes that what we call a “Post–Christian culture strikingly resembles the pre–Christendom era before Constantine, when the church was a fringe, marginal, prophetic body. Before it became mainstream...Read More

Tragedy and Opportunity

Recently, ASD was invited as one of the American Alpha centers to spend a few days in London with other churches that are running Alpha courses. Claudia and I had a chance to spend a week before the meeting to travel, disconnect from duties here, and reconnect with each other without all the responsibilities ...Read More

Anglicans and the Reformation

2017 marks 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his ninety-five theses on to the front door of All Saints’ Church in Wittenberg, Germany, arguably motivating the reformed-minded churches in Europe to kickstart the Protestant Reformation. In fact, this coming October 31st would be to the day the 500th anniversary. And now I find myself working at All Saints Dallas...Read More

Guest Speaker this Sunday - Shelly Miller

Shelly Miller is a veteran ministry leader and sought-after mentor on making rest a rhythm of life. She leads the Sabbath Society, an online community of people who want to make rest a priority, and her writing has been featured in publications internationally...Read More

Serving Homeowners in Houston

Thank you for your prayers and support for our recent trip to the Houston area. We felt the support and were encouraged to bring our energy and joy to serve those in need. I would like to share some of our experiences down there and what we learned as a result...Read More