the Southern Africa environmental group Green Anglicans, say. “Lent is a time when we reflect on God’s purpose for our life. This year we challenge you to take a carbon fast – to reduce the actions which damage God’s Creation.”
Some have asked whether Archbishop Beach voted to approve the final Communique or the new members of the Standing Committee. Neither he nor a majority of the GAFCON Primates were present for these discussions on Friday. – ACNA press release.
What have you learned from being someone’s sidekick in ministry? When is a time you were nominally in charge, but your sidekick taught you something?
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