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Buildng Walls or Punching Holes

A few weeks ago, Rev. Samira Page of Gateway of Grace spoke about her life journey as a Christian in Iran and a refugee in America. Raised in a different religion, she came to know the Lord through a series of circumstances. When I was a young lawyer, anything connected with Iran was troublesome...Read More

Important Times for Friends of All Saints

This past weekend I made a trip down to San Antonio, and currently I am making my way up to Nashville. Both trips are made with much joy in celebrating the consecration of two new Bishops in the Anglican Mission in America...Read More

A Sheep In the Flock of the Good Shepherd

That scripture time and again refers to us as sheep should be some of the best therapy available to those of us raised in a culture that is hellbent on telling us that each of us is a beautiful and unique snowflake, and that each one of us can grow up to become president of the United States...Read More

Feeling Tired?

Are you feeling worn out? Does life seem like a never ending series of deadlines or a race with no finish line? Are you getting just a little bit weary of it all? I have to confess the last couple of years have felt that way for me. Balancing marriage, young kids, and work has left me more often than not waking up tired in the morning and going to sleep at night exhausted. I know I'm not alone in that...Read More

Festival of the Good Shepherd

Music, food, and fun. You are cordially invited to our end of year celebration, Sunday, May 21 right after the 11:00 am service. We will be set up at Craddock Park (4613 Lemmon Ave. Dallas, Texas 75219) with with box lunches (if you ordered them), cold drinks for everyone, and a sweet treat for the young ones...Read More

Crossroads Update | May

We have the keys for the future home of ASD and your faith and faithfulness made it happen! This project and this location present ASD a unique opportunity to create a simple yet sophisticated urban aesthetic within the context of an ancient style of worship...Read More

Do you love God?

The underlying foundation of all that we do is theology, biblical theology. For example, notice Hebrews 9:14, "how much more will the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without blemish to God, purify our conscience from dead works to serve the living God...Read More

Christians Connecting with Muslims

This spring we have an opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the similarities and fundamental differences between Christianity and Islam. Christians have responded to Muslims in many ways, but all too often, without the compassion that characterizes Jesus...Read More

God is on the Move...Again

Last Sunday you were introduced to Mark and Cate Walz. Mark and his family, three kids and one on the way, moved to Dallas last week from Ohio. We have been in conversation with him for the past two years about the possibility of moving to Dallas and planting a church...Read More

The Holy Spirit and Evangelism

In a matter of days he was completely transformed. Peter, the one who denied Jesus, suddenly addresses the multitude and three thousand people receive the gospel. There is a pattern in Acts that emerges - charismatic experience of the Holy Spirit leads to bold evangelistic witness...Read More