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Foley Beach Deposed from the Ministry by The Episcopal Church

“It is hard to find on the website and is part of your history.” – Foley Beach to me. Foley Beach Deposed from the Ministry by The Episcopal Church So, see page 13 of this PDF prepared by the American Anglican Council. The Rev. Foley T. BeachDeposed July 2004The Diocese of Atlanta — The Right […]

From Bishop Jack Lumanog – appointment of Interim Archdeacon

I am very pleased to announce the appointment of The Venerable Dr. Gideon A. Uzomechina as Interim Archdeacon and Director of Missions for The Anglican Diocese of St. Ignatius Loyola. Please pray for Archdeacon Uzomechina as he takes up this appointment and works with me on strategic partnerships for the sake of the expansion of […]

Ravi Zacharias’s sudden disappearance from Foley Beach’s social media

After the bombshell reporting released yesterday (29 September 2020) from Christianity Today about sexual misconduct allegations against noted and now deceased apologist Ravi Zacharias, a curious thing happened. I noticed that mentions of Ravi Zacharias – including the obligatory sad RIP message with photo of the deceased Christian celebrity – all vanished from Foley Beach’s […]

Bishop Jack Lumanog – sermon from Hosea 6 “Mercy – Not Sacrifice”

Today’s sermon for the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost comes from the Old Testament lesson appointed for today: Hosea 5:15–6:6. It’s rare when Hosea comes up in the Lectionary, so I wanted to make sure I shared this word from the prophet Hosea – “Mercy – Not Sacrifice.” Hosea 5:15 – 6:6 (English Standard Version) 15 I […]

“Pod Bless Us” with Bishop Jack Lumanog

Available on:Apple PodcastsAnchorGoogle PodcastsSpotifyStitcherBreakerOvercastPocket CastsRadioPublicCastbox   Join Bishop Jack Lumanog for a new kind of podcast  —  a podcast at the intersection of faith, culture, politics and leadership. Be sure to subscribe, rate and review and help us get the word out on social media! The website for “Pod Bless Us with Bishop Jack Lumanog” […]