May 17, 2013
VALLEY FORGE, PA (ABNS 5/17/13)—What does it take to be a cross-cultural missionary? What are the misperceptions about global Christian service in today’s world? Are missionaries always college and seminary graduates?
These questions and more will be tackled at the weekend conference, Embrace the Cause, on August 9-12 at the Green Lake Conference Center in Green Lake, Wisconsin. Anyone who senses a call to cross-cultural Christian service is invited...
April 25, 2013
- CHICAGO (ELCA) -- In observance of World Malaria Day April 25, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is emphasizing its commitment to help bring an end to malaria-related deaths with a week- long effort to raise $250,000 for the ELCA Malaria Campaign. The money raised April 22-29 will help spur the ELCA’s anti-malaria efforts in Uganda, where the disease is the leading cause of death among children under the age of 5. “Gifts given to the ELCA Malaria Campaign this w...
March 23, 2013
[Anglican Communion News Service] A retired Ugandan bishop arrested for distributing pamphlets calling for an end to high-level corruption has avoided going to jail.
Bishop Zac Niringiye has long been a strong critic of corrupt practices within the country and is at the forefront of advocating for transparency and accountability. In February, he and other anti-corruption campaigners, were arrested and held in jail briefly before being released on bail and ordered to...
A retired Ugandan bishop arrested for distributing pamphlets calling for an end to high-level corruption has avoided going to jail.
March 22, 2013
Archbishop Justin Welby
Grace and peace to you from God our Father and The Lord Jesus Christ.
We greet you on this day of celebration and assure you and your family of our prayers for your future ministry.
We are grateful for this opportunity to worship in Canterbury Cathedral and be reminded of our historic faith that is grounded in the revealed Word of God.
We encourage you to stay true to the ‘faith once delivered...
March 19, 2013
[Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa] The African Network of Institutions of Theological Education Preparing Anglicans for Ministry (ANITEPAM) and the Council of Anglican Provinces in Africa (CAPA) have agreed to a merger in which ANITEPAM would – as envisioned by the Most Revd Ian Ernest, Archbishop of the Indian Ocean, when he served as the Chair of CAPA – become CAPA’s ‘theological arm.’ With the final transfer of funds, and the completion of a transitional issue of the...
March 5, 2013
Specialists will help church engage ‘critical global issues’ around the world
March 5, 2013