frgavin on March 23rd, 2012

Chris Sugden  Evangelicals Now  April 2012

During the emergency debate on Nigeria in General Synod on February 8th, Anglicans in Nigeria were listening in on the internet.  After the debate I received a text saying they were in tears at the expression of support, concern and prayer in the Synod debate.  Archbishop Sentamu had said “Anyone who touches you, touches us”.

That is one of the strengths of the Anglican Worldwide Communion.

From April 23-27 two hundred leaders of the Anglican Communion from the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans will meet in London.

Started in 2008, the Fellowship is a worldwide network that upholds biblically-based Anglicanism as expressed in the Jerusalem Declaration. 200 of the world’s Anglican leaders will gather to further the revival of orthodox Anglicanism around the globe. Those attending will fellowship, worship and plan together as they seek to renew the world’s third largest branch of Christianity. Each day, participants will join in morning Bible study. They will also hear inspiring testimony from global Anglican leaders as well as discussion on Anglican mission, theology and other issues of concern.

The chairman of the Primates Council, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala of Kenya writes of the conference

My dear Brothers and Sisters, the Anglican Communion has been and can be an immense force for good in this world. But it will benefit more from continual spiritual renewal and reform by the word of God. The Global FCA exists to help work towards that goal and this conference is a major step towards it. Read the rest of this entry »

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