Monthly Archives: April 2010

OOPS, WAS THAT THE SEND KEY?


How often have you accidently made public something which you thought was funny, (or perhaps wicked, or some other less than flattering sentiment). The times I did it, it did not generate an international incident (that I know of). It … Continue reading

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ONE WILD GOOSE CHASE WHICH IS A GOOD THING.


Today, Fr. Terry Moore in his sermon at St. John the Apostle Anglican Church, used the illustration of the wild goose, a Celtic symbol for the Holy Spirit. This image struck a deep chord within me. I began to explore … Continue reading

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ANGLICAN MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS WORLDWIDE


[UPDATES, 2-14-2016 & 7-11-16 These membership numbers have grown or decreased in the directions present in 2010. Probably one of the most dramatic decreases is in active church attendance in Great Britain for the Church of England Anglicans. FR. ORTHOHIPPO … Continue reading

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ANGLICAN SOUTH TO SOUTH DISCONTENT AND HOPE


1st Row, L-R: (GSPSC members) Bishop Albert Chama, Abp Mouneer Anis, AbpPeter Akinola, President Nathan, Abp John Chew, Abp Stephen Than, Abp Kolini, Abp Greg Venables 2nd Row: Bishop Anba Suriel, Bishop Johannes Seoka, Abp Eliud Wabukala, AbpDaniel Deng, Abp … Continue reading

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THOSE SILVERED TONGUED CHURCH ORATORS


Some time ago I ran across an Iranian Brit, Pooyan Mehrshahi, pastoring a Baptist chapel in Britain.  He had an interesting and thoughtful piece on those silvered tongued church orators among us.  With his permission, here below is the post from … Continue reading

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THE WEDDING WE ATTENDED YESTERDAY


Saturday we attended a wedding.  This happens to most people a variety of times during their lives. In this case it was for the son of a close friend and next door neighbor. He had finally met the one.  It … Continue reading

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NOT ALL IS AS FIRST REPORTED


Fr. Ernesto caught a news report on the  REPORT ON THE EAST ANGLIA Climate Research Panel.  This is an eye opener in that the scientists themselves were acting as scientists the world over do, mainly arguing over interpretation and meaning, … Continue reading

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