Archives for May 2013

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Recent Tornado Victims Outreach Update

A big THANK YOU to everyone who has given money and supplies to our participation in the Moore, OK and Granbury, TX relief effort. Thus far $5,021 has been given, and approximately $2,600 has been spent on much needed supplies, which were delivered by our facilities manager, Mitch Dane, this week!...Read More

Staff Announcement and The Holy Spirit Across the Pond

I am pleased to announce that Anna Carol Brymer will be beginning her ministry at All Saints Dallas next week as our new children's pastor. I have known Anna Carol for eight years. She is the oldest of seven children and her father was my worship pastor at St. Andrew's church in Little Rock, Arkansas....Read More

Forming the Formless, Filling the Void

At Pentecost the Holy Spirit was poured out on the people of God so that he might empower us and might write the covenant of the Lord on our hearts. In terms of redemptive history, Pentecost stands as one of the most pivotal days in history....Read More

Giving from our Abundance- Tornado Victim Outreach

All Saints Dallas would like to reach out to the victims of the tornadoes in Moore, Oklahoma and Granbury, Texas. We are talking with St. James Anglican Church in Moore, Oklahoma and other ministries supporting relief efforts to these two areas. Besides praying for these two communities, there are also two ways you can participate in our response efforts:...Read More

Come Holy Spirit

From C.S. Lewis to the most ancient prayer in the Christian church we hear, experience, imagine, and even dare to celebrate one of the greatest feast days of the year, Pentecost. This Sunday, May 19th, is Pentecost Sunday, 50 days after Easter....Read More

Not as the World Gives...Knowing Peace

Jesus offers us his peace, but he makes a point to say he doesn't give his peace as the world gives. It is a striking phrase, "Not as the world gives do I give to you." How does the world give?...Read More

Broken Images

Last Sunday, Phillip mentioned in his sermon the healing nature of an exercise the men participated in at the prayer retreat. One man would stand in the place of another’s father, and speak words of affirmation and love to him, especially “I love you!” Even the best of fathers fall short of the perfect “Fatherhood” of God, which is why this is such a healing exercise. It allows our experience of God the Father to heal our memories of “father.” Let me explain......Read More

Seeking the Spirit

God is always ready to hear our prayer. We can bring before him any request, any problem, any issue because of Jesus Christ our mediator. There is nothing too difficult for the almighty God. In my praying life I’ve discovered in the past couple of years that it’s never wrong to ask for the Holy Spirit......Read More

Mark Browne at First Fruits and Preaching this Sunday

Most of you have heard our story about how we came to a deeper faith when Claudia and I lived in Waco, Texas. I was a lawyer at the time. We were blessed to get to know and develop a friendship with the Rev. Mark Browne and his wife Yolie. Mark was an Episcopal priest at the time, in 1983, and is now part of the Anglican Mission......Read More