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  • GAFCON Jerusalem Day 2

    The theme at GAFCON Jerusalem 2018 of “Proclaiming Christ Faithfully to the Nations” is being faithfully communicated through the first two days of the conference. Whether through the MC’s, the speakers, or the worship leaders, the message that as Biblically faithful Anglicans, we must continue to proclaim Christ faithfully to the nations is coming through loud and clear.   In Continue Reading

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  • How to Stay On Mission Amid Broader Anglican Issues

    Having just spent last week with clergy from the Diocese of South Carolina who are in the midst of major legal issues due to The Episcopal Church’s (TEC) departure from Biblical Christianity, it seemed good to write about how to stay focused on mission amidst dealing with these broader Anglican issues. Church revitalization takes laser-like focus while at the same Continue Reading

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  • What Developing Faithful Leaders Looks Like

    The American Anglican Council’s (AAC) mission is, “to build up and defend Great Commission Anglican churches in North America and worldwide through advocacy and counsel, leadership development and equipping the local church.”  We can count this week as another one where we lived in to that mission. Nine rectors from South Carolina and one from Texas joined us for retreat Continue Reading

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  • Want your church to grow? Do this.

    This Sunday is Whitsunday, or, Pentecost Sunday. It’s impossible to fully grasp all that happened when the Holy Spirit was poured out on Pentecost. However, I’d like to draw your attention to two events that took place that day. 1)There was a Demonstration of God’s Glory followed by 2) a Proclamation of God’s Gospel. Those two things went together throughout Continue Reading

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  • Revitalization Requires Renewal

    How many times have you heard, or said, on Pentecost Sunday, “Happy Birthday! It’s the birthday of the church.”? I heard that every year growing up to the point where I found it annoying and even vowed never to say it from the pulpit! That was probably dumb on my part as it’s a valid point! It was the birthday Continue Reading

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