Many of you by now will have seen the press release from Anglican Mainstream about the ordination of a pastor from Sheffield by a Kenyan bishop.
Nearly 10 years later both parent and daughter churches have continued to grow numerically and partnered one another in mission to the city. An expression of this partnership was . . . → Read More: A Little Spat in Sheffield
Tomorrow sees the release of a new single by Lou Fellingham (she of PhatFish fame) highlighting the Samaritan’s Purse Turn on the Tap campaign.
The single is released tomorrow on iTunes. Why don’t you go and download it and help bring clean water into someone’s home.
Controversial, but powerful stuff.
The general problem remains, however. The nature of the ministry than a priest is called to, in the way that Rowan articulates, is – to generalise hugely – a ministry that will become rarer and rarer in the Church of England today, and that means that there is something profoundly wrong . . . → Read More: Sam Norton on the Future of the Church of England
May I call you Dave? At times (I was at one of your Ask Cameron events a while back) you seem like the kind of chap who happily does no tie and open neck, but back in Parliament on Thursday you criticised another MP for not having a jacket on in the Commons. . . . → Read More: Dear Dave
This is the answer. You willing to ask the question?
From Changing Attitude.
Changing Attitude is also a missionary society. Last Saturday we marched with our banner through central London at the heart of Gay Pride with other Christian groups to communicate the message that God loves ALL and welcomes ALL without judgement.
Changing Attitude is dedicated to Christian witness in accord with the . . . → Read More: Effective Mission Strategies