• Come, Holy Spirit, Come…

    For years I sat under my father’s preaching at St. James Newport Beach CA, listening to the prayer he prayed before every sermon until I took it to heart:   Come Holy Spirit come…Come as the wind that blows, come as the fire that refines, come as the dew that refreshes.  Convict, convert and consecrate us until we are wholly Continue Reading

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  • Responses to Scotland’s apostasy

    The promise of the Gafcon Bishop, and C of E Synod motions by The Rev. Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream    Last week, on Thursday 8th June, I cast my General Election vote in my local polling station just after opening time, and then set off on a two and a half hour drive to a conference centre in the English Continue Reading

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  • Lessons from Dunkirk

      Last July my wife and I went to the UK for my graduation from Cardiff.  While we were there I couldn’t resist visiting the Imperial War Museum (Julie graciously came along and humored me!)  I have always been fascinated by the history of World War II, the great moral and political issues that were at stake, and the incredible Continue Reading

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  • Training Bishops in Kenya

    I am on the way home from a week in Kenya, where I was invited to teach at the GAFCON Bishops Training Institute (BTI).  This new initiative from GAFCON came out of work that the American Anglican Council presented to the GAFCON Primates Council two years ago following the 2013 GAFCON gathering in Nairobi.  Like our own ACNA Bishops Leadership Continue Reading

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  • Curiouser and Curiouser

    GlobalView   Charles Lutwidge Dodgson was born in Daresbury, England, in 1832. He was an Anglican Deacon and a photographer. His father was the Archdeacon of Richmond and a very influential conservative leader in the Church of England at a time when contention was dividing that Church.   Dodgson’s father, who was part of the Tractarian movement, desired to have Continue Reading

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