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Discover how faithful Anglicans around the world are proclaiming Christ faithfully and seeing their churches and dioceses grow.

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Ernie Didot, Gafcon Communications Director, takes us to his church in Harrisonburg Virginia, the Church of the Incarnation which is part of the Anglican Church in North America. The church is growing and planting more churches in the diocese. The Sudanese Arabic church also meets at the church which is led by Bishop Andudu who heads up the Suffering Church Network with Faith McDonnell. DISCOVER how God is working in Ernie's church:

 

Ernie travels to Recife to join the 6th Bishops' Training Institute (BTI), but the first BTI out of Africa. Ernie meets faithful bishops in the Anglican Church in Brazil who are proclaiming Christ faithfully and seeing the church grow. They are working with motorcyle gangs, prostitutes and economically depressed people and sharing Jesus' love and the good news of salvation:

 

Ernie visits a church Sao Miguel Hola, part of the Anglican Church in Brazil. They are proclaiming Christ faithfully and send their greetings to faithful Anglicans around the world:

 

Learn about Bishop Alfred Olwa of the Diocese of Lango in northern Uganda. Bishop Alfred is leading his people in a program called 'The Bible & Hoe' that addresses their physical needs while sharing the Good News of the Gospel:

 

Gafcon Communications Director, Ernie Didot travels to Uganda to visit the Sudanese Refugee Church in Kampala, which Bishop Andudu oversees. Watch to see how our brothers and sisters are proclaiming Christ faithfully to the nations:

 

Ernie visits the Nuba Mountains in southern part of Sudan and meets Christian brothers and sisters whose houses have been destroyed by the government's bomb attacks. The attacks have been on and off for decades. Despite the intense persecution, the church has been growing and many are coming to know and love the Lord Jesus as their Saviour:

 

Ernie visits a Sudanese refugee camp in the north of South Sudan. In the nearby town, which was once a predominantly Muslim town, now has a Bible school and is a thriving church:

 

On Sunday March 1st, the Most Rev'd Stephen Kaziimba was enthroned as the 9th Archbishop of the Church of Uganda at St. Paul’s Cathedral, Namirembe.

More than 3,000 people attended the ceremony, including His Excellency the President, political leaders, the Nnabagereka and Katikkiro of Buganda and other cultural leaders, business leaders, and all the Bishops of the Church of Uganda. 

Gafcon Primates from Brazil, Congo, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Sudan and North America. Archbishop Laurent Mbanda brought his greetings from Rwanda, Archbishop Miguel Uchoa brought greetings from the Americas and Bishop Malcolm Richards spoke on behalf of Gafcon Deputy General Secretary and Archbishop of Sydney Glenn Davies. Gafcon Chairman Archbishop Foley Beach preached from John 20.19-31 noting that the first thing the risen Lord Jesus did was to commission his disciples by saying, “As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” He thanked the Church of Uganda for standing tall for the Gospel and for coming to the Anglican Church of America's rescue, "you took us in when we were spiritual and church orphans." He thanked the Church of Uganda for their nuture, shepherding and for calling for the ACNA to be born:

 

Bishop Andudu tells Ernie how God blinded the eyes of the bombers as they flew over Bishop Andudu's church in Sudan:

 

Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA - Missioner General William Beasley, Director of Gafcon's Global Mission Partnerships Network visits Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S.A, shortly after recent protest, unrest and violence. He shares how the church is responding and at work on the ground:

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