Welcome to Bishop's Corner

The Bishop’s Corner of the Diocese of Western Anglicans is a collection of Bishop Keith Andrews thoughts. These include sermons, reflections on events, announcements of key church happenings, and recommendations for further study. You will find audio, visual, and written works here going back through the years. His works cover many aspects of what Western Anglicans believe and do. The page is updated regularly, so come back to see what is happening!


Growing the Church 101: Being Disciples Who Make Disciples by Dr. Caroline Crocker with RtRv Keith Andrews

Are you longing to see your church grow, both in number and in discipleship? If so, Growing the Church 101 was written for you. Based on a seminar for clergy and wives led by Bishop Keith Andrews on radical and Biblical discipleship, this book is part of comprehensive effort to expand his vision to the local church, first in the Diocese of Western Anglicans, then in ACNA, and then in Anglican churches throughout the world. This vision, if realized, will propel us forward into the next phase of our growth as an obedient church.

Growing the Church 101 contains six in depth group studies, each with two midweek homework sessions. The book has been recommended by Archbishop Foley Beach, Rt Rev Dr Todd Hunter and Canon David Rosebury for the express purpose of growing disciples who make disciples. Our prayer is that the Lord will use this book to increase, not just our Church's head knowledge, but also our heart knowledge and obedience. We pray that it will be a tool to enable and encourage deep discipleship, so that we will become disciples that make disciples that make a difference in the world.

Available on: CreateSpace. Barnes & Noble and Amazon

Publication Date:

Jul 29 2017


1974058611 / 9781974058617

The Consecration of Bishop Keith Andrews

Pentecost Vigil With Pope Francis June 3, 2017

For the Golden Jubilee of Catholic Charismatic Renewal

The Bishop in Rome

The slideshow below covers the events between May 30 and June 9 when Bishop Keith Andrews went to Rome with sixty members of the John 17 Movement to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. The John 17 Movement seeks to unite the divided denominations of the church. They take their name from Jesus' prayer in John Chapter 17: "Father I pray that those who believe in me will be one so the world will know you sent me.”

During their visit, the group participated in the Pentecost Vigil with Pope Francis on June 3, 2017, and on June 8 the group had an audience with Pope Francis on June 8th that went on for a good two hours.

To learn more about the John 17 Movement, visit www.john17movement.com.

Reading Suggestions

The Prayer-Saturated Family: How to Change the Atmosphere in Your Home through Prayer By Cheryl Sacks
You Are What You Love: The Spiritual Power of Habit by James K. A. Smith
Conversion & Discipleship You Can't Have One Without The Other by Bill Hull
God's Redeeming Love and Islam by Abraham Boaz, Ph.D. by Bill Hull
Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
Basic Christianity by John Stott
Simply Christian by N. T. Wright
Choose the Lifen by Bill Hull
Simply Share by Ron Haas
Mission-Shaped Church: Church Planting and Fresh Expressions in a Changing Context by Graham Cray

DiscipleShift by Jim Putman, Bobby Harrington and Robert Coleman

Desiring the Kingdom by James K. A.

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