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We are the clay, you are the potter

I am humbled, honored and awed by God's provision and grace as we prepare for our Weekly Sunday Kickoff beginning this Sunday, April 3rd. "Yes, Oh Lord you are the Father. We are the clay, you are the potter. We are all the work of your hand." Isaiah 64.8...Read More

Pointing us to Jesus

In the book of Acts St. Luke writes about the early church, "And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching, fellowship, breaking of bread and the prayers. And awe came upon every soul and many signs and wonders were being done through the apostles." (Acts 2:42-43)...Read More

Bring a Friend!

In Mark 2 we read of the familiar scene where some friends bring a paralytic to where Jesus is teaching. Because of the crowd they had to remove the roof and lower him down. What is amazing to me is the care and perseverance of the four friends. They bring their friend to hear and experience the love of Jesus....Read More

A Holy Season, A Call to Change

Lent is a call to change. Beginning Ash Wednesday the call is for us to consider some significant change which we understand as the three pillars of this holy season....Read More

Worship the Lord in the splendor of His holiness

Worship- what does that mean to you? For me it has to do with intimacy, transparency and power. At All Saints Dallas we talk a lot about the three streams of Spirit, scripture and sacraments. ...Read More

Weekend with Archbishop Kolini

This past week we were blessed by the presence of the retired Anglican Archbishop of Rwanda, Emmanuel Kolini and his wife Freda. Nearly 100 people shared dinner Sunday night at El Fenix with them and listened as he shared his Christian journey and gave some prophetic words to us. ...Read More

Put out into the deep and let down your nets

As a church plant it would be tempting to rely on our own strengths, and they are many. Jesus will humble us. He's doing it now. Note that Jesus calls Simon in his area of strength, not his weakness. We can't build this church. Only Jesus can. "I will build my church." (Matthew 16:18)...Read More

What's Your Mission

What is your mission and how is it going?...Read More

There It Is

This is why the church exists...Read More

Make Glad the City of God

True faith always develops a culture because it affects vision, arts, justice, hope and, most of all, love. And that is a culture that we can grow right here in Dallas....Read More