Episode 2: What is an Anglican Missiology?

Episode 2: What is an Anglican Missiology?

The Always Forward Podcast, hosted by Canon Dan Alger, Canon for Church Planting for the Anglican Church in North America, and Father Shawn McCain, serial church planter and leader of the I-35 Initiative, aims to catalyze conversations about missiology and sacramentology and how they come together within our Anglican context.

headshot_hunterJoining Dan and Shawn this week to discuss the question, “What is an Anglican Missiology?” is Bishop Todd Hunter. Picking up where they left off last week, Dan further quotes Stuart Murray in saying, “Church planting reminds ecclesiology that mission is the primary task of the church.” Tune in to hear Bishop Todd, Dan, and Shawn talk about the relationship between ecclesiology and missiology.

Bishop Hunter is the founding bishop of The Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others and founding pastor of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Costa Mesa, CA. Todd holds a Doctor of Ministry degree and serves as an adjunct professor of evangelism, leadership in contemporary culture, and spiritual formation at George Fox University, Fuller Seminary, Western Seminary, Vanguard University, Azusa Pacific University and Wheaton College.

Todd and his wife Debbie have two adult children and live in Costa Mesa, California.

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1 Comment
  • Brian Dennison

    October 3, 2016 at 1:09 pm Reply

    Great and inspiring stuff! Shouting out from Trinity School for Ministry — online at least.

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