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The Gift Outright: A Conversation with Bishop Mark MacDonald on our common future - Dr Michael Poon

12. September 2006

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Michael Nai-Chiu Poon, Singapore Director, Centre for the Study of Christianity in Asia “But we were England's, still colonials,  Possessing what we still were unpossessed by, Possessed by what we now no more possessed. Something we were withholding made us weak Until we found out that it was ourselves We were…

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The Gospel Comes to North America - Bishop Mark Macdonald

12. September 2006

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The title of this piece might suggest an essay about something that happened centuries ago.  In fact, I want to describe something that is taking place now.   Though it may seem absurd or amazing or both, it appears, at least from the perspective of mainline church institutions that the Gospel is just now about to find its…

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Meeting Joseph Kony face to face - Ugandan request for prayer

06. September 2006

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Bishop Nelson Onono-Onweng, Bishop of Northern Uganda Diocese in the Church of Uganda (Anglican), was among a group of religious, cultural, and political leaders that traveled to the Garamba Forest in northeastern Congo to meet face-to-face with Joseph Kony, the leader of the rebel group known as the Lord’s Resistance Army…

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In Defence of Mission - By Dr Brian Stanley

20. July 2006

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The task of bearing humble witness to this ultimate of all realities is entrusted to all who have received the Spirit given at Pentecost. It is a commission, not to dominate the world, but to serve it, not to divide the world, but to unite it, not to extinguish human freedom but to invite all women and men to find in Christ that…

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Rush to judgement on UK African-derived churches ‘inexcusable’ -

20. July 2006

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A senior Roman Catholic scholar launched an attack on a ‘sensationalist’ response to what is being loosely called ‘witchcraft’ in Britain, when he addressed an international symposium at Westminster Central Hall (Monday 22 May), hosted by Jesus House for All Nations, flagship church of the African-derived pentecostal Redeemed…

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Election of Bishops - Church of Nigeria News

29. June 2006

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Source:Church of Nigeria News For Immediate Release: ELECTION OF BISHOPS The Primate of All Nigeria (Anglican Communion), the Most Rev Peter Akinola has announced the election of new Bishops in the Church of Nigeria. The election was conducted at the Episcopal Synod of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), which met on…

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Economic Empowerment: Consultation, Networking and Partnership within Global South - May 2006

07. June 2006

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Introduction From the Third Communiqué (October 2005) 38. A dimension of responsible stewardship and accountability is the clear call to be financially self-sustaining. We commend the new initiative for financial self-sufficiency and development being studied by the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA). This is not…

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Java Earthquake Disaster

06. June 2006

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For more information on how to donate funds or work in cooperation with the Diocese of Singapore and Gereja Anglikan Indonesia (GAI), please .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) (across@anglican.org.sg ). More info here. ACROSS stands for ‘Anglican Crisis Relief Outreach & Support, Singapore’ and is…

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Classes Begin At Kigali Anglican Theological College (Rwanda)

13. April 2006

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Source: AMIA March 29, 2006 In an important step that will strengthen future leadership in the Anglican Province of Rwanda, classes have begun as part of the new Kigali Anglican Theological College, Rwanda’s first seminary. Work continues on the construction of the school’s now almost-completed campus, which will be…

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A call to national mourning by Archbishop Peter Akinola

24. March 2006

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Souce: Church of Nigeria News We have watched with sadness and utter dismay the recent crises in some States in Northern part of this country where many Christians were ruthlessly killed, and Churches and other property wantonly destroyed by some criminals – murderers and arsonists hiding under the guise of religion. We,…

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