Anglican House Media Ministry is an Affiliated Ministry of the Anglican Church in North America. Founded in 2013 to serve our Church as a strong media arm, we stand with the greater Body of Christ to proclaim the Gospel message. We present Anglicanism as a reliable container for Christian truth to be passed along from one generation to another. We also produce materials of interest to other Christians and seekers. Enjoy our site. We will try to keep it fresh and stimulating.

 Todays Scripture

2 Corinthians 1:3-5 (ESV)

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. For as we share abundantly in Christ’s sufferings, so through Christ we share abundantly in comfort too.





Gold In the Road

Through the Cancer Storm With Jesus Christ
“More than 1.5 million people each year will enter a storm of life-threatening proportions we call cancer. And at least 1 woman in 8 will suffer breast cancer in their lifetime – 650,000 each year. The great fear that accompanies a cancer diagnosis is surpassed only by the heavy toll treatment takes on the patient’s physical, emotional, relational and spiritual life.


Rev. Cathie P. Young

Rev. Cathie P. Young
Rev. Cathie P. Young holds a Master of Divinity from Fuller Seminary and was ordained an Anglican priest in 2007. She is Interim Rector at St. James Anglican Church, Costa Mesa, California. She loves to teach and preach God’s Word, has strong leadership gifting and a call to outreach ministry and pastoral care.




ACNA Relationship
We are a tax-free nonprofit founded in 2013 to be a strong media arm of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA). We are an Ministry Partner of ACNA pursuant to church canons. Ministry Partners are well suited to develop a particular ministry and related fundraising opportunities. Ministry Partners of other denominations include schools, relief agencies, and publishers. To assure ACNA representation three Bishops serve on our Board of Directors, including the Chairman of our Board, Archbishop Emeritus Robert Duncan. A bylaw grants the incumbent Archbishop the right to perpetuate ACNA’s representation on our Board of Directors. (Go to RESOURCES for more about Anglicanism and the Background of ACNA.)
The “Lexicon Problem”
Although Anglicans comprise the world’s largest Protestant group we face an amazing dichotomy. On one hand the word Anglican isn’t really in the American lexicon – outsiders usually draw a blank at mention of an Anglican Church. On the other hand many people today, especially younger people, yearn for a connection with the Early Church, a connection Anglicanism richly provides. Even Billy Graham sees “spiritual beauty in Anglican order,” and has said that if he were “starting all over again (he) would be an evangelical Anglican.”1 This is a dichotomy rich in opportunity. Anglican House aims to help equip Anglicans, particularly lay people, to explain about Anglicanism simply and winsomely.
Our Place in Media
To publish is “to make generally known to the public.” It takes national and international distribution to do it and that kind of distribution is the preserve of leading publishing houses – yet the door opened for us when Midpoint Trade Books, Inc., (the dominant U.S. distributor with operations in Canada, the U.K and Australia) added us to its list of publishers. Our contract with Midpoint gives access to major booksellers like Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Hudson News, B. Dalton, Target, and Costco. Midpoint’s position is equally strong in the electronic market, giving access to Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and other eBook publishers.
We work together with other ACNA related publishers to make our resources available resources to them: for example, consigning titles to The Parish Press and producing for Classical Anglican Press the eBook edition of Bishop John Rodgers’ fine commentary on the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion.



Archbishop Emeritus Robert Duncan, Chairman
Bishop Keith Ackerman
Wendy Borcherdt 
Jim Carlson        
Ellen Kirkland    
Canon Ron Speers
Rev. Russell Martin
Rev. David Montzingo
J.I. Packer
Bishop John Rodgers
Rev. Austin Mansfield
Ashley Trim


CEO/Publisher: Canon Ron Speers ronspeers@sbcglobal.net
Editor-in-Chief: The Rev. Austin Mansfield FrMansfield@gmail.com
President: Ellen Kirkland ellenkirkland93@gmail.com
Executive VP/CFO: Jim Carlson jcarlson@socal.rr.com
VP & Secretary: Roger Murr Rmurr45@outlook.com



Tom Carmody, PhD tcarmody@vanguard.edu
Bud Davis, PhD buddavis@earthlink.net
The Rev. Dr. David Montzingo frdavid@holyspiritchurchsd.org



Photo Images: Jim Carlson jcarlson@socal.rr.com
Today’s Scripture: The Rev. Dr. Ken Greenlee greenleek@earthlink.net
Featured Work: Jim Carlson jcarlson@socal.rr.com
Spotlight: Canon Ron Speers ronspeers@sbcglobal.net
Website Manager: Ellen Kirkland ellenkirkland93@gmail.com



Anglican House Media Ministry, Inc.

16332 Wildfire Circle, Huntington Beach, CA 92649.
Telephone: 714 878-2729
Anglican House Media Ministry, Inc.     16332 Wildfire Circle, Huntington Beach, CA 92649.    Telephone: 714 878-2729