Born again or not, those same born again leaders believe that had Hilary Clinton become president, issues like who would be on the Supreme Court and the content of the First and Second amendments especially on issues of free speech would have further impeded Christians, especially Evangelicals and Catholics from speaking out about the evil of abortion, the inroads of Islam and much more. For them, this is a moment of victory. For Episcopal Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, not so much.Read more
The Churches will also discuss common plans for mission and evangelism. Each Church will hold its own mandatory business meetings and Synods, but the four will join together throughout the joint synod for common worship and social occasions.Read more
Fearon not only betrayed what GAFCON stands for, but also what his one-time boss, Nigerian archbishop Nicholas Okoh, the chairman of GAFCON, stands for. Fearon tore down walls of faith and friendship that will not soon be healed, and he did it to appease his western paymasters who foot the bill for the Anglican Communion office in London.Read more
To that end they have formed the "Alliance of Anglican Communities", acknowledging the Anglican principle of unity in diversity, freedom of thought, opinion and initiative.Read more
The Episcopal Church Table of Statistics only holds a clue. Each year since 2002, the Episcopal General Convention puts out a detailed report which highlights the statistical spiritual health of the entire church. It reveals how many baptisms, confirmations, weddings and funerals have been recorded. It shows the membership of the church in terms of baptized, communicants and others distilled into an ASA.Read more
The bishop said that anyone who takes the position will have to serve in a dual-role capacity based on lessons he had learned over the past 6 or 7 years of his episcopacy.
He said that at the last convention, the diocese voted not to consider any merger with the Diocese of Kansas, but he cautioned that "diocesan vitality does not exist just because we wish it so."Read more
The relationship between Central Office of the Protestant Churches of Egypt, and the Episcopal Anglican Church of Egypt
By Andrea ZakiRead more
Words like "evangelism" and "renewing hearts for Him" are not words we like to hear as they signal a possible turnaround in that Church's fortunes. However, we have been informed from other sources that we have nothing to fear, as he links it all to racism and white privilege, which is sweet music to our ears. Anything that keeps people from believing they are universally and by nature sinners and in need of a savior is to be applauded.Read more
"I was troubled and disappointed by what was published by Rev George Conger of Anglican Ink because what was written was not accurate in regards to the support of the Archbishop of Canterbury for the Diocese of Egypt in its struggle with the Protestant Church Association who are trying to bring the Anglican Church under its umbrella. Archbishop Justin Welby has been so supportive to me and to our Diocese on this issue.Read more
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