Bishop Jack Lumanog – sermon for the 7th Sunday of Easter

Bishop Jack Lumanog – sermon for the 6th Sunday of Easter

John 15:1-8 Jesus said, “I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinegrower. He removes every branch in me that bears no fruit. Every branch that bears fruit he prunes to make it bear more fruit. You have already been cleansed by the word that I have spoken to you. Abide in meContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – sermon for the 6th Sunday of Easter”

Bishop Jack Lumanog – pray for those working in our health services

We pray today for all those suffering from COVID-19, and especially today in this time of increased pressure, for all those working in our health services. — The Right Rev. Dr. Jon I “Jack” Lumanog is an Anglican Bishop in good standing with the Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches and the leader of The Anglican Diocese of St.Continue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – pray for those working in our health services”

Bishop Jack Lumanog – What do Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis have in common?

74 days. It took 74 days before two men were arrested for chasing down and then gunning down an unarmed African American man. This happened in Brunswick, Georgia — 4 hours away from where I live in Atlanta. Ahmaud Arbery was killed on 23 February 2020 around 1pm. And after the killing, the two menContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – What do Ahmaud Arbery, Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis have in common?”

Bishop Jack Lumanog – “Pray for the Church of God in Christ”

30 senior leaders in the Church of God in Christ have died from COVID-19. This historically African American Pentecostal denomination has been hit especially hard in this pandemic. Lord, have mercy. — The Right Rev. Dr. Jon I “Jack” Lumanog is an Anglican Bishop in good standing with the Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches and the leaderContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – “Pray for the Church of God in Christ””

The Anglican Diocese of Ignatius Loyola is on Twitter!

The Anglican Diocese of St. Ignatius Loyola is on Twitter. Be sure to follow @AnglicanAMDG or go to the link: http://twitter.com/AnglicanAMDG — The Right Rev. Dr. Jon I “Jack” Lumanog is an Anglican Bishop in good standing with the Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches and the leader of The Anglican Diocese of St. Ignatius Loyola. A pastor andContinue reading “The Anglican Diocese of Ignatius Loyola is on Twitter!”

Bishop Jack Lumanog – The current crisis triggering past ministry experiences

Seeing President Trump dealing with this COVID-19 crisis in real time has certainly reminded me and triggered me of vocational ministry “leadership” I’ve been a party to in the past.  Quick leadership lessons: – The tough decisions need to be made, come what may.  – Be a non anxious presence and lead. In vocational ministry,Continue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – The current crisis triggering past ministry experiences”

The Anglican Diocese of St. Ignatius Loyola

Scripture – Spirit – Sacrament The Right Rev. Dr. Jack Lumanog, Bishop The Anglican Diocese of St. Ignatius Loyola seeks to raise up multicultural churches in the Anglican tradition that are fully alive through the power of the Holy Spirit. Join us as we begin this work to the greater glory of God!

Bishop Jack Lumanog – A memory because of “Operation Gridlock” rally in Michigan

I used to work as a Chaplain at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. A fact I was reminded of when the State Capitol was flooded with protestors as reported by WXYZ, Detroit: “A protest against Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s executive orders caused delays at a Lansing hospital on Wednesday. Sparrow Hospital Spokesman John Foren said staff wereContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – A memory because of “Operation Gridlock” rally in Michigan”

Join Bishop Jack Lumanog in prayer … in French!

For our French speaking brothers and sisters, join Bishop Jack Lumanog in prayer. Responses are on the screen if you don’t have a French Book of Common Prayer.  Complies – Le Livre de la Prière Commune 1979 avec Mgr Jack Lumanog, Évêque du Diocèse Anglican de Saint Ignatius Loyola. — The Right Rev. Dr. JonContinue reading “Join Bishop Jack Lumanog in prayer … in French!”

Bishop Jack Lumanog at 2020 Anglican Joint Synods in Atlanta

Bishop Jack Lumanog attended the 2020 Anglican Joint Synods in Atlanta as an Observer. He was joined at the closing banquet by Bishop Alphonse Vascaniat Ndutiye of the Diocese of Cameroon. Also, he caught up with Father Gene Geromel of the Diocese of the Holy Cross. Bishop Lumanog previously served as church planter and firstContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog at 2020 Anglican Joint Synods in Atlanta”

Bishop Jack Lumanog – greetings in this holy season of Christmas

O God, who wonderfully created, and yet more wonderfully restored, the dignity of human nature: Grant that we may share the divine life of him who humbled himself to share our humanity, your Son Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever.Continue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog – greetings in this holy season of Christmas”

Bishop Jack Lumanog visits St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Atlanta, GA

Bishop Lumanog joined in worship at St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Atlanta and met with Bishop Chandler Jones (Bishop Coadjutor of the Anglican Province of America) on this glorious celebration of Christmas Day!  — The Right Rev. Dr. Jon I “Jack” Lumanog is an Anglican Bishop in good standing with the Apostolic Communion of Anglican Churches and the leader of TheContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog visits St. Barnabas Anglican Church in Atlanta, GA”

Bishop Jack Lumanog on World Mental Health Day

Today is World Mental Health Day. I am grateful for the hope that I have in Christ and for family and friends who encourage me when I need it most. My mental wellness is a daily battle but thank God, I’m not alone.  I still believe that the Church needs to do better in ministeringContinue reading “Bishop Jack Lumanog on World Mental Health Day”

Bishop-elect Jack Lumanog on Archbishop Thomas Cranmer

Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop and Martyr Thomas Cranmer was one of the leaders of the English Reformation and was primarily responsible for the first Book of Common Prayers, 1549 and 1552. During the reign of Edward VI, Cranmer was able to make great progress in reforming the doctrine, and practice of the Church. When Edward diedContinue reading “Bishop-elect Jack Lumanog on Archbishop Thomas Cranmer”