Discovering the real meaning of Anglican communion

GAFCON day 6, and an amazing week is over. Appropriately we started with a communion service in the cathedral, and with the Kenyans leading us, it was fairly energetic. The message loosely based in theory on Ephesians 6, ended up

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Discerning the call of God for the future

GAFCON day 5, the last full day! The Bible studies by his week have been exceptional. Today William Taylor of St Helen’s Bishopsgate was given the unenviable task of preaching from Ephesians 5, which includes the politically incorrect, but biblically

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Widening horizons

GAFCON day 4, and  in many ways today it was about having the scope of my usual perspective widened. The Bible study on Ephesians 4, by John Yates III (guess what nationality he is…. ) was brilliant, clear, concise, challenging

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What marks a movement of the Spirit?

GAFCON day 3 has been a long one, with various aspects underlining what is making this movement something very relevant and challenging. The morning bible study on Ephesians 2, reconciling us to God and each other, was led by someone

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Who’s changing whom?

GAFCON day 2 started with communion together in the Cathedral, and being challenged from Ephesians 1 to realise our blessings in Christ. How is it that those enriched with every spiritual blessing in Christ, often hold back from enjoying and

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Seeds of revival?

GAFCON day 1 and it has been a day for celebrating and reflecting on revival. Here in E Africa in the 1920’s and 30’s a huge revival swept the region, transforming not only the churches, but whole nations. At the

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What do taxi drivers talk about?

I have arrived in Nairobi, for the Global Anglican Futures Conference, my first time in Africa, after a long 22 hour journey via Dubai, with an 8 hr transfer. And the first thing to strike me is that the taxi

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