Sports interviews are full of platitudes, but I perked up at something USC QB Matt Barkley had to say after a loss. When asked about his coach's play selection, Barkley said that he couldn't read the coach's mind, but felt that they plays were good ones and the team just didn't execute them well.
For Episcopalians/Anglicans, we might share a vague sense that God is good but we sure don't seem to know his mind. And whatever plays he's sending in, we are not running them well as our particular branch of Christianity argues and splits, and in places like the USA withers in irrelevance.
I'm wondering if folks have views on the "basic plays" of Christianity, and how we (Episcopalians/Anglicans) might better execute on the field?