frgavin on October 31st, 2010

FCA South Africa Conference Ends with Statement of purpose and commitment to the Orthodox faith clearly stated at GAFCON The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans in South Africa has been concluded its second annual conference in Port Elizabeth from October 27-29.  This was a time of felowship for members of FCA – SA from six of […]

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frgavin on October 28th, 2010

Chris Sugden reports: October 27th, 2010 The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (Southern Africa) opened its second annual conference at St Saviour’s Church in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday October 27th. The Diocesan Bishop, Bethlehem Nopece welcomed participants from the Dioceses of Cape Town, False Bay, Durban, Natal, and George, along with Bishop P.J.Lawrence, Bishop of Nandyal […]

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By David W. Virtue in Cape Town International evangelical ex-gay leaders at a global congress seeking to reach the world for Jesus Christ say that 155 million homosexuals around the world need to hear the love and grace of God, not condemnation or rejection by Christians. They believe that the church should lovingly accept […]

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frgavin on October 23rd, 2010

Charles Raven writes: The website of travel company ‘Escape to India’ (in which this column has no financial or other interest!) boasts ‘Visit India and we can offer you the reassurance that you CAN turn your Indian dream into reality.’ It may be that the beleaguered Archbishop of Canterbury is wishing he had sought their […]

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By Mary Frances Schjonberg, October 20, 2010 [Episcopal News Service, Concord, New Hampshire] Ministering in the “middle of this cauldron of multicultural activity” that is Harvard Square, the Rev. Joseph Robinson, rector of Christ Church Cambridge in the Diocese of Massachusetts says he wants to be able to welcome everyone, including same-gender couples who want […]

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US Episcopal Bishops more evil than Borgia Popes, says Evangelical sociologist By David W. Virtue When the church universal is dealing with things that threaten its future it is time to talk, say leaders of a global consultation on world evangelization. Some 5,500 evangelicals from 197 nations, (4,200) participants meeting here, see the world […]

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frgavin on October 23rd, 2010

Port Elizabeth 27th – 29th October 2010 at St Saviour’s Church, Walmer More than ever this will be a vital meeting for orthodox Anglicans. Check costs below Archbishop Valentine Mokiwa, Archbishop of Tanzania and a member of the GAFCON Primates council. It is most encouraging that the opening sermon on “The Faith of the Fathers” […]

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