Young Anglicans in Brazil engage with local mission and global Communion issues

May 11, 2018 by

By Phil Ashey, AAC. I am writing from Recife, Brazil at the launching of the new Anglican Church in Brazil and the installation of its first Archbishop, The Most Rev. Miguel Uchoa.  At the invitation of Archbishop Uchoa, I presented a workshop on the Anglican Communion to more than 100 leaders...

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Society’s dystopian trends and the church’s response

Apr 10, 2018 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. Last week Britain was confronted with a series of headlines about out-of-control violence on the streets of London. While most of the killers and their victims are young, and knives are the weapons of choice, a drive-by shooting of a teenage girl on Easter...

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Making an impact: Bundibugyo, Western Uganda

Apr 4, 2018 by

From BUILD Partners. […] One intervention grew from an invitation to train leaders in the neglected area of Bundibugyo in the west of Uganda, near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. And, with a recent training even there, it is worth looking back at the genesis of BUILD’s work...

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Mission in post-Christian Britain

Mar 24, 2018 by

Articles on church decline, and new mission thinking in the context of the secular West.  Most recent at the top Europe’s civilisational exhaustion, by Giulio Meotti, Gatestone Institute The spiritual crisis of the left, by Onar Am, Liberty Nation Society’s dystopian trends and the...

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Book Review: ‘The gospel and the Anglican Tradition’

Mar 22, 2018 by

Alan Purser reviews ‘The gospel and the Anglican Tradition’ by Martin Davie (GILEAD Books 2018): Martin Davie has written a useful and timely contribution to the current debate about the value and theological coherence of the Anglican tradition. Useful, because it gathers together in one place...

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University missions provide signs of hope amid Anglican decline

Mar 20, 2018 by

By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream. The numbers don’t look good, nationally. Surveys tell us regularly that church attendance is going down, and those who have religious faith are now in a small minority. For example, on the faithsurvey.co.uk website, 2016 figures suggest that only 28% believe...

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