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THE ANGLICAN DIGEST - An independent voice reflecting the ministry of the faithful throughout the Anglican Communion. Printed in the U.S.A. Founded 1958 ISSN 0003-3278 Vol. 54, No. 3
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST - An independent voice reflecting the ministry of the faithful throughout the Anglican Communion. Printed in the U.S.A. Founded 1958 ISSN 0003-3278 Vol. 54, No. 3

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The
Anglican Digest
TM
 AUTUMNA.D. 2012
Let Us GiveHim Thanksand Praise
 
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THE ANGLICAN DIGEST 
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST
An independent voice reflecting the ministry of the faithfulthroughout the Anglican Communion.
 Founded 1958
ISSN 0003-3278 Vol. 54, No. 3
Printed in the U.S.A.
The Anglican Digest
is published four times per year by SPEAK, the Societyfor Promoting and Encouraging Arts and Knowledge [of the Church] atHillspeak, Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Editor
The Rev. Canon Dr. Kendall S. HarmonPO Box 2730, Summerville, SC 29484-2730Phone (843) 821-7254 e-mail: ksharmon@mindspring.com
Managing Editor
The Rev. John Dryden Burton
Board of Trustees
The Rt. Rev. Edward L. Salmon, Jr., Chairman, The Rev. Christopher Colby,Vice-Chairman, Dr. E. Mitchell Singleton, Sec./Treas., The Rt. Rev. John C.Bauerschmidt, The Rev. Canon Dr. C. Bryan Owen, and Ann Cady Scott.
Inquiries and Correspondence
805 County Road 102Eureka Springs, AR 72632-9705Phone: 479-253-9701FAX: 479-253-1277email:
anglicandigest@att.net
Web site:
anglicandigest.org 
Mr. Tom Walker, General Manager
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST 
is sent to all who request it. It is not connected to any particularinstitution, parish, or diocese in the Anglican Communion and is supported solely by read-er contributions and advertisements. Paid ads must meet guidelines set by the Board ofTrustees but do not represent endorsement by
THE ANGLICAN DIGEST 
. Opinions or viewsexpressed in articles and advertisements do not necessarily represent those of the Board ofTrustees.©2012 SPEAK, Inc. All rights reserved.
 
 AUTUMN 2012
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The Church, Hope, and  Entrepreneurship
More than anything in thesetimes of fear, worry and anxiety,our country and our world needa big vision of hope — and youand I, in church and in business,are called to catch this vision andgo for it. Think of the gifts thechurch as a community brings towhat a leader recently called this“broad coalition of hope” whichour society needs.
 As a church we know about  growth
Growing from a handful toover 2 billion followers — that’sour history; that’s our future too.
Continuous process of newplanting and renewal.
We know about innovation and creativity
History shows the church con-stantly being renewed andrevived.
We are always being led by theHoly Spirit to develop newapproaches and means of com-municating the eternal Gospel ofsalvation.
We are global
We are a global movement witha focus on understanding thatChrist is welcome in all culturesbut is at home in none because ofculture’s tendency to domesticatehim.
We are able to think globallyand act locally — I think of York-shire villages teaming up withSouth African communities toaddress local and global prob-lems.
We are dreamers and visionaries
We are inspired by a big vision— the dream and reality of theKingdom of Heaven on earth.
We have a vision for the trans-formation of society and what itmeans to be fully human.
We are risk takers
We are willing to work withambiguity and uncertainty.
We have pushed the boat out,and will continue to do so,because we have a God who ven-tured all for us in Christ.
We are committed to hard work
In the church people committheir lives to the mission and giveselflessly — even when there is arecession.
We remain even if the resultsare slow in coming.
We have a great model of leader-ship
Following Jesus, we are notafraid to swim against the tide —

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