[Anglican Mission in America] August 5, 2005--Wyoming is a land of wide open spaces, big skies and an almost constant wind. But there is a new wind blowing these days, ushering in a new community of faith closely tied to Christians in other parts of the world. “These are ‘can do’ people,” affirms the Rev. Thomas Johnson, Pastor of the newly formed Anglican Church of the Resurrection, with groups worshiping in Casper and Glenrock. “When empowered, they get things done.” Now part of the Anglican Mission in America (AMiA), a missionary movement based in Rwanda, the new congregation is quickly growing and moving forward.