THE REFORMATION ANGLICANISM ESSENTIAL LIBRARY

A LEADERWORKS INTERVIEW WITH AN EDITOR

A few weeks ago I sat down with John Yates, III, one of the editors of the series (along with Ashley Null). John is the Rector of Holy Trinity Church in Raleigh, a graduate of Trinity School for Ministry with a Cambridge University, PhD. He is one of a growing number of pastor/scholars in the ACNA.

And beyond that, he is one of the kindest and most able, young leaders I know. (He and his wife were with us on our Holy Land Pastor Tour last January. You can join us for the next Pastor Holy Land Tour. Read More.)

Edition ONE Released

John has the joy/challenge of being an editor for a new series of books called a Reformation Anglicanism library. He has to edit through the likes of Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, The Rev. Dr. Michael Jensen, Dr. Ashley Null (who is also a co-editor), and Bishop Ben Kwashi.  They are all teaming together to write a 6-volume work on Reformation Anglicanism. The first edition is out (The Reformation Anglicanism Essential Library, Volume 1). And it is great!

Enjoy my interview with John Yates, III here.  More of this article at LeaderWorks. Here is the video.

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About David Roseberry

David Roseberry is the founding pastor and rector of Christ Church, Plano, Texas. He and his wife, Fran, came to Plano in 1985 with the vision of planting a new church for the growing community. Christ Church was built on the principles of lay ministry, evangelistic preaching, and small group ministry. Fr. David is a 1982 graduate of the Church Divinity School of the Pacific and has been an ordained priest since 1983. Canon David helped found the Anglican 1000 church planting movement, and has been an Episcopalian/Anglican from childhood.

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  1. I just started reading this and as a “rookie” Anglican it’s been incredibly helpful. Thanks for the recommendation!

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