News and items for prayer • General Synod Nov 23 reports and responses • Israel and Gaza • Ayaan Hirsi Ali conversion • Conversion therapy latest • Alliance for Responsible Citizenship • Mission history - Wales • Roger Beckwith tribute
This week, the Church of England has made it clear that they disagree with Holy Scripture. They have decided that they can bless that from which the Bible calls us to repent.
Not all speeches at Synod are bold, biblically faithful and celebrating the gospel but here’s two that are…
The Bishops of the Anglican Network in Europe respond to the General Synod of the Church of England’s resolution to commend Prayers of Love and Faith for same-sex couples
The Gafcon Primates Council met in Uxbridge, UK from 6-9 November 2023 under the chairmanship of the Most Rev. Laurent Mbanda, Archbishop of Rwanda.
News and items for prayer: C of E and wider Anglican Communion • GSFA resetting the Communion • Israel Hamas conflict • Abortion • 'Conversion therapy' ban • Schools transgender guidance • Zoom prayer meeting with Archbishop Ben Kwashi • New prayer initiative
With God’s help, we remain committed to the unchanging Biblical gospel which brings light, life and love to all who repent and put their faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. May the Holy Spirit compel us to preach Christ faithfully to the nations.
News and items for prayer: Gafcon events • C of E dispute over Synod approval• Inclusive evangelicals? • survey shows extent of liberal views in C of E • GSFA resetting the Communion • religious freedom in Europe • Christian teachers, social issues • Obituary: Jeremy Marshall
News and items for prayer: C of E General Synod and safeguarding • 'Prayers of Love and Faith' ... an 'unlawful, unconstitutional and illegitimate process’ • AMC and ANiE • Unrest in France • Christians killed in Nigeria • Local pastor-theologians and Christian literacy
News and items for prayer: Mission in mainland Europe • Uganda anti homosexuality laws • ‘Conversion therapy bans’ • Young people and mental health • Persecution around the world • Tim Keller
Bishop Rob Munro • ANiE delegates and bishops • Church Society • Calvin Robinson • CEEC • Christian Concern • Stephen Noll • Phil Ashley, American Anglican Council • LLF update • Families and Households CofE report • Marriage Foundation
Rejoicing to be a safe harbour

Kigali convention centre

[Christ] is the head of the body, the church; he is the beginning and the firstborn from among the dead, so that in everything he might have the supremacy.  Colossians 1:18

"The final statement was received in lamenting silence as we realised the solemnity of the moment. I’d hope and prayed it would be so, so when it happened like that, it was a tearful moment. The Anglican Communion is being reset and it’s both wonderful and daunting to be a small part of that history."
"The tone of this conference has been strangely marked both by overflowing joyful thanksgiving and by deep grief and repentance. This morning Kanishka Raffel (Archbishop of Sydney) preached on Colossians 3. ....Once again the focus has been on Jesus ...the motivation and inspiration, the judge of every enterprise, his approval be all that you desire. The church’s identity is shaped by the character of Christ. Kanishka challenged us to clothe ourselves in him and to repent where we have failed to do so."
"It was humbling to hear how our story, as a church and a network, had encouraged him! He urged us to build our church on the unchanging word of God"
" ...I’ve been struck by how much many of these brothers are sisters have a great deal to teach us about what being faithful to Christ looks like, and in particular, what such faithfulness might cost."
Welcome to Rwanda!
Anglicans in Wales • CEEC calls for resistance to CofE “blessing” proposals • St Helen’s Bishopsgate and CofE ordinands make public protests • Scotland – the task facing the church • Issues in society – sex education and indoctrination
Archbishop Andy John and the Bench of Bishops of the Church in Wales have written to say they do not recognise Stuart Bell’s episcopal ministry, and instruct Church in Wales clergy to “stand back from receiving communion at services held under the auspices of ACE”. The background to that decision has been many years of promotion by Church in Wales’ leaders of a radically different interpretation of Scripture and Christian life, influenced by Western secularism, and not consistent with orthodox Christianity as recognised by the majority of the Anglican church worldwide.