Prayer: Come Holy Spirit set our hearts on fire with love for you that we who have been set ablaze by your love, may take the slightest of light, into the darkest of places.

As people of faith gathered together on this…


The Daily Office readings for the first Monday in Lent reminded us not simply of our place as those who follow in the footsteps of an ancestral faithful, but as those called to live in the midst of the active and, perhaps, ever-revealing grace of God.

In Deuteronomy, speaking to…


I have been writing a lot recently about why I believe it is time for the Episcopal Church to adopt the practice of praying with the faithful gathered digitally from home. Several diocesan Bishops have authorized the practice only to have been…


A copy of an advertisement created by the Fallon McElligott advertising agency

I am already bit weary of the liturgical nostalgia. Several of my Episcopal priest friends have reposted the brilliant ads created by the as way of critiquing the conversation on . …


Pesky acorns along the path.

In the last few weeks yard work and gardening have been a relief. Amid the play with kids and re-shelving of books long-used, I set myself to the custom of ordering my yard all over again. Cutting, raking, pruning and yes, that good ol’ fashioned pulling of weed. This year…


. The text below was written for spoken delivery. It may read with more “preacher voice” than many other writings. Enjoy!

Services being streamed on Easter from Christ Church brought our home peace!
Services streamed from Christ Church Charlotte on Easter brought peace to our home!

Happy Easter! I’m so glad to be part of a tradition where…


Over the last two decades, the 1979 Book of Common Prayer (BCP) of the Episcopal Church has been scrutinized, , argued over, and . …


Unless your worship includes avatars, holograms, or gaming devices or has ZERO intention of giving praise or proclamation to or about God, it is NOT virtual.

There, I said it.

Ever since shelter in place requirements have emerged in response to COVID-19, clergy, pastors, worship leaders and congregations have been…


One part of the Body of Christ at gathered via ZOOM

I wasn’t born digital. Maybe this is a confession; maybe it is simply a description. But I can remember the first time that I realized something was changing in the world and that it had to do with technology. As a student at Riverside Junior High School, I was sitting…


While on pilgrimage with a group of students in Ireland a few years ago, our guide invited us to venture to an ancient monastic site that few people visit. On the day of our walk, the site — situated somewhere between the peaks of Mount Brendan and the Atlantic Ocean…

Joshua Case

Episcopal priest, husband and aspiring plotter of goodness. I curate experiences of faith and I believe that God’s Spirit is not done acting in history.

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