“Since a good number of those who are part of the ACC are in support of the gay rights movement and all that, a Nigerian Bishop, knowing the position of the national church here, ought not to accept a position in that body.” – Bishop Ordu
Day: July 23, 2015
The Rt. Rev. Paul Bayes, Bishop of Liverpool, met with a group of LGBT Christians recently. In his sermon he said, God has called you to be people to proclaim his love in a nation and in a church which is moving so quickly in terms of what it thinks and how it acts towards […]
Writing at Ministry Matters, and just in time as many congregations begin planning stewardship campaigns, Rebekah Simon-Peter offers some insight and reflection on how many churches approach money in an article titled “Why Churches Are Poor.” She opens with a reflection from a recent retreat; At a recent clergy retreat I attended, we prayed a […]
The Diocese of London is committed to reopening 100 churches and has recently published a book telling some of their stories.
In need of a temporary home for worship while other arrangements were made, the Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Summerville SC, was offered space at Wesley United Methodist Church. The Church of the Good Shepherd met at Wesley UMC for two and a half years.
Cleansing the heart by faith happens not through our effort but through God’s. The Holy Spirit moves within us, and we recognize that at the very center of our being is our true Beloved, is Christ. In relationship with him we willingly die so that our Love can live through us.