Why the future face of Christianity is African

Sep 23, 2017 by

by Andrew Boyd, Christian Today: African Christianity is set to become the face of the faith around the world. By 2050, 40 per cent of the world’s Christians will be African, the African Biblical Leadership Initiative (ABLI Forum) was told. The Forum in Cameroon heard a clear call for Africa...

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Up to 6 primates set to miss meeting with Archbishop of Canterbury

Sep 22, 2017 by

by Marcus Jones, Premier: Justin Welby has confirmed he’s expecting up to six of the most senior Anglican church leaders to reject his invitation to Canterbury next month. The Archbishop of Canterbury is set to host a meeting of the 39 primates from across the world. It’ll be the first...

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Some Reflections on the Global South Primates Meeting

Sep 16, 2017 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: Many of you will have read the statement of the Global South Primates Steering Committee from their meeting in Cairo this past weekend. In the swirl of the weekly news cycle, it’s easy to look at this statement as just another murmur from the background of Anglican...

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Some Reflections on the Global South Primates Meeting

Sep 13, 2017 by

by Canon Phil Ashey, AAC: Many of you will have read the statement of the Global South Primates Steering Committee from their meeting in Cairo this past weekend. In the swirl of the weekly news cycle, it’s easy to look at this statement as just another murmur from the background of Anglican...

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Global South Primates’ Communique, September 9, 2017

Sep 11, 2017 by

We, the Primates of the Global South, met in Cairo from 8-9 September 2017 to work together in service of the Church, to follow up the recommendation of the 2016 Global South Conference and to discuss arising issues. We give thanks to God for our time of prayer, worship, and communion. In...

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The empire strikes back against our global abortion crusade

Aug 6, 2017 by

by Jules Gomes, The Conservative Woman: Europe is committing mass suicide. Demographically, morally and culturally we are killing ourselves. There is a noble side, though, to this self-annihilation. Our extermination is entirely voluntary and self-inflicted. We are not blaming anyone else for...

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