Anglican Reality Check

Jun 23, 2019 by

from GAFCON: Why does Gafcon exist? What are the problems within the Anglican Communion? What is the Lambeth Conference?  If you’ve ever wondered why Gafcon started on 29th June 2008 then this ‘Anglican Reality Check’ timeline (below) will help to answer those questions above. The timeline shows some of the key events and the impact of liberal and revisionist teaching in the Anglican Communion over the last 21 years. The authority of the bible has been set aside by some, but this...

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Burundi: The advancing role of the Anglican Church

Jun 22, 2019 by

by Bishop Seth Ndayirukiye, EPAC: Burundi is a country of 12 million people to the south of Uganda and Rwanda. The Anglican Church of Burundi was started in 1935 by the Church Missionary Society and Ugandan and Rwandan missionaries. It is known for standing on three pillars : evangelism, medical services and education. The Church, now numbering about 1million members, has been able to grow and make an impact from its foundation up to today because of the influence and fruits of the East...

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GAFCON Marches Relentlessly Forward even as Welby’s World Withers

May 21, 2019 by

by David Virtue, VOL: A blind man reading a Braille bible could spot the growing fragmentation in the Anglican Communion. It is schism in all but name. Over passing months, GAFCON gathers to itself a growing core of orthodox Anglicans from across the globe. They demonstrate their discontent with both the status quo and the growing invasion of pansexuality into a Communion increasingly dominated by postmodern, indeed post Christian minds. As western Anglicanism capitulates before a dying...

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The heart of GAFCON and the future of the Anglican Church

May 12, 2019 by

from The Pastor’s Heart: A special edition featuring GAFCON’s new leaders Archbishops Foley Beach and Benjamin Kwashi. The most significant movement within the Anglican Church globally is GAFCON, representing 50 million of the world’s 70 million Anglicans. GAFCON aims to remain faithful to Jesus and the scriptures, and not follow the cultural winds. The GAFCON Primates Council resolved last week in Sydney to hold a global conference of bishops just six weeks before the Archbishop of...

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Anglican Communion Office programme directors report progress to ACC members

May 10, 2019 by

from ACNS: Directors of programme areas at the Anglican Communion Office have spoken to members of the Anglican Consultative Council to report on their work over the past three years. The seventeenth meeting of the Consultative Council (ACC-17) brought together more than 100 members from the 40 provinces of the Anglican Communion in Hong Kong for a week of prayer, discussion, and fellowship. On Tuesday 30 April, three Directors in the “Mission Cluster” – Canon Terrie Robinson, the Director for...

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The Anglican Consultative Council: Adding Dysfunction To The Broken Instruments Of Communion

Apr 10, 2019 by

by Phil Ashey, American Anglican Council. […] As I have written recently regarding the Strategic Plan for the Anglican Communion, published by the Anglican Communion Office, such funding from the West continues to drive and shape the agenda of all of the Instruments, including the Anglican Consultative Council. What Really Happened at ACC-15? also helps us understand the train wreck that happened four years later at ACC-16 (2016) in Lusaka, Zambia. At the January, 2016 meeting of the Primates...

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