Moment & Prayer
The funeral of Queen Elizabeth was viewed by millions of people around the world. It was a gospel-centred service.
The New Wineskins Global Mission Conference begins on September 22 in North Carolina, USA.
A Bishop from Karachi, the capital of Sindh province, summarised the situation: “mud houses have collapsed, animals have died, crops are ruined, families have left their villages for higher ground...
Anglican Aid (Sydney) is partnered with Toliara Diocese in Madagascar. The Anglican churches have been growing very fast, but life continues to be hard, with drought and famine.
At the recent Gafcon Australasia Conference, the creation of the Diocese of the Southern Cross was formally announced, with Bishop Glenn Davies as the initial bishop.
Earlier this year Anglican International Development started an agricultural project amongst internally displaced people living in Gondokoro, South Sudan. The crops are doing well.
GAFCON IV is a very large gathering of faithful Anglican leaders from around the world, meeting in Kigali, Rwanda, in April 2023.
The Church of Uganda publishes a family prayers guide. Each week there is a Bible passage, a discussion starter, and then a prayer.
In May this year Anglican Missions Africa pioneered a new mission approach in Butere Diocese in Kenya.
Tribal animosity and violence is a big problem in South Sudan. There are many internally displaced persons.
In the eastern parts of the DR Congo there is on-going conflict and violence. Many refugees are crossing the border into Uganda.
All Saints Cathedral in Nairobi, Kenya, are developing an ambitious site dedicated to children's and youth ministry called The Children and Teens Center (CTC).
The Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) is a growing Convocation of Anglican churches in England committed to church planting.
In the Diocese of Valparaiso, Iglesia Anglicana de Chile, the Anglican churches are growing and planting new churches.
Tim Swan (CEO of Anglican Aid, Sydney, Australia) recently visited bishops in South Sudan, DR Congo, and Tanzania.
On May 12 Deborah Yakubu was brutally murdered by an angry Islamist mob on the campus of her College in Sokoto, north-western Nigeria.