November 18, 2017

The LG’s discuss CE

It has been awhile since we have heard from our “Liturgical Gangstas.” Three of them are back today to discuss the education of young people in their traditions. Here’s today’s question: Describe your church and denominational approach to Christian education of children and youth? Has this changed significantly over the course of your ministry? In […]

The Liturgical Gangstas Talk about Church History

Presented by Chaplain Mike Our regular feature with friends from different Christian traditions continues today with a question about the place of church history and traditions in our current practice. There are a couple more Gangstas who have said they may want to chime in addition to those represented here. When I get their posts, […]

The Liturgical Gangstas Talk about Leisure & Recreation

Presented by Chaplain Mike UPDATE: This just in. Gangsta Joe Boysel has joined the conversation. He said something about being out on a “job.” Not sure what that means, but he looked much more relaxed than the last time I saw him. Take a few minutes, even if you’ve already read the original post, and […]

The Liturgical Gangstas Talk about What They Read

Presented by Chaplain Mike TODAY’S QUESTION: What do you read? What kinds of books do you most frequently read? What do you read for pleasure? What is the best book you’ve read in the past year? In our day, reading habits include blogs and web publications. Which are required reading for you? Alan Creech, Roman […]

The Liturgical Gangstas Talk about Lent

Presented by Chaplain Mike Four of our Gangstas have come out of hiding (though they are still not showing their faces) to talk with us about how they approach the season of Lent, personally and in their church traditions. Also—A big IM “Congratulations” to Gangsta Rev. Angie Gage, who was married on March 18 to […]

The New Liturgical Gangstas (4)

Today, we present the fourth installment renewing IM’s popular feature, “The Liturgical Gangstas,” a panel discussion involving representatives from different liturgical traditions who will be answering questions regarding theology and church practice. Lord willing, the Gangstas will appear near the end of each month to share with our IM audience. Today two of our Gangstas […]

The New Liturgical Gangstas (3)

Today, we present the third installment renewing IM’s popular feature, “The Liturgical Gangstas,” a panel discussion involving representatives from different liturgical traditions who will be answering questions regarding theology and church practice. I caught some of our Gangstas at very busy times in their lives and ministries, so today we hear from four of them. […]

The New Liturgical Gangstas (2)

Today, we present our second installment in our renewal of IM’s popular feature, “The Liturgical Gangstas,” a panel discussion involving representatives from different liturgical traditions who will be answering questions regarding theology and church practice. Lord willing, the Gangstas will appear on the final week of each month to share with our IM audience. Who […]

The New Liturgical Gangstas (1)—On the Gospel

Today, we resume IM’s popular feature, “The Liturgical Gangstas,” a panel discussion involving representatives from different liturgical traditions who will be answering questions regarding theology and church practice. Lord willing, the Gangstas will appear on the final Monday of each month to share with our IM audience. Who are the Gangstas? Father Ernesto Obregon is […]

Liturgical Gangstas 17: Preaching Ananias, Sapphira and the Gospel

Welcome to IM’s popular feature, “The Liturgical Gangstas,” a panel discussion among different liturgical traditions represented in the Internet Monk audience. Who are the Gangstas? Father Ernesto Obregon is an Eastern Orthodox priest. Rev. Joe Boysel is an Anglican (AMiA) priest and professor of Bible at Ohio Christian University in Circleville, Ohio. (Ask him about […]