Stories of sacrifice from the USA – how God sustained two faithful churches through tough times

Jun 1, 2017 by

by David Binder, Gafcon. […] It all started back in 2007, when Reverends Matthew and Ann Kennedy made the difficult decision, alongside dozens of other congregations, to leave The Episcopal Church (TEC) due to the latter’s departure from orthodox biblical Christianity. TEC did not take...

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Episcopal Presiding Bishop’s faux Jesus movement evangelistic crusades

May 13, 2017 by

By David Virtue, VirtueOnline. […] By any reading, Curry’s understanding of evangelism falls far short of authentic Biblical evangelism and no one apparently came forward because there was no altar call and no mention of who Jesus is and what He came into the world to do and die for, but...

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It Is About Love: A Commentary on the Anglican Condition

Apr 26, 2017 by

by Anne Kennedy, Patheos: Yesterday was a raucously interesting day in the Anglican world, though perhaps for reasons of no consequence to the average American Christian. Nevertheless I wanted to just say one or two things, because I’m Anglican, and sometimes it’s nice to have a little ‘inside...

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A Statement on Truro from Archbishop Foley Beach

Apr 26, 2017 by

from Anglican Ink: I have only recently been made aware of the “Truro Institute,” described as “A School of Peace and Reconciliation” which is proposed to be jointly led by Truro Anglican Church, Fairfax, VA, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia. The idea of a School of Peace and Reconciliation...

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TRURO, VA: Truro Anglican Church Announces Property Reconciliation with TEC Diocese of Virginia

Apr 25, 2017 by

by David Virtue, VOL: Truro Anglican Church has agreed to a long-term lease from the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia based on a Peace and Reconciliation initiative that will allow the congregation to stay on its property for 20, even 50 years, with the full support of the Archbishop of Canterbury...

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Church Installs Stained Glass LGBT Window

Apr 14, 2017 by

by Jeffrey Walton, Juicy Ecumenism: Controversy about the Episcopal Washington National Cathedral’s stained glass windows caused a stir last year when the previous cathedral dean called for removal of windows marking the lives of Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. But a...

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