10-minute video of All Saints Cathedral Nairobi, how the laity and clergy are guarding the truth of Bible in their areas of service and living out their faith in Jesus in their vocations.
This documentary offers a window into how the members are remaining faithful to God’s word and proclaiming the gospel of Christ faithfully.
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Seeking to be Biblical Christians in a global age, participants in the Global Anglican Future Conference are busy proclaiming Jesus Christ faithfully to the nations by making disciples, evangelizing those who don’t know Jesus, and speaking into corruption, economic injustices, and moral concerns in their local communities. Here are just a few stories from around the world.
By Dolores Vargas
I was a first-time delegate at the 2019 Provincial Assembly. There were so many God-loving Anglicans, a sea of collars both young and old, both women and men. Excitement and anticipation around the release of the new Book of Common prayer was felt throughout the conference center. First stop for me was of course registration then beeline to the book store for my own copy. I saw delight on the faces of all as they were handed the first edition, the feel of the book cover, the feel of the pages on our hands. Many asked “could more be purchased, yes the volunteers answered”. My friend Beth Conkle bought seven to give as gifts. I also sensed an underlying sigh of relief, that in the ten years ACNA has been around, this priority project was complete; truly something that was done by the grace and strength of God and the wonderful people on the task force
Congratulations to Archbishop Foley Beach on being unanimously reelected as Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America! Please join us in praying that God continue to bless Archbishop Beach in his ministry as well as blessing others through him.
Beloved in Christ Jesus: Greetings in the name of the crucified, risen, and ascended King, our Lord Jesus Christ!
As I write this, my first letter to you all as Chairman of the Gafcon Primates Council, I want to begin by giving my heartfelt thanks to God for the work of my friend and predecessor, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh. His courage, clarity of vision, godly wisdom and love for the Lord have been so essential to the growth of Gafcon in recent years.
Come join fellow Anglicans from all across North American this June in Plano as the ACNA assembly votes on the Book of Common Prayer and discusses the implications of the Great Commission.