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Mote Magomba: a change of heart

Mote Magomba: a change of heart

One of the great pleasures of working on the video we posted last week from the gathering that the Chicago Consultation held in partnership with the Ujamaa Centre of the University of KwaZulu Natal in October was the opportunity to interview several of the participants in the consultation at length. I especially enjoyed talking with the Rev. Mote Magomba, director of the Amani Christian Training Centre in Iringa, Tanzania. The story of his change of heart on LGBT issues was the highlight of the video. Here, you can hear him speak about it at greater length.


Mote will be a guest of the Chicago Consultation at General Convention, and we hope you will come to hear him speak.

A detailed “Listeners’ Report” from the gathering in South Africa, compiled by a team led by the Rev. Janet Trisk, the Church of Southern Africa’s clergy representative to the Anglican Consultative Council is also available .

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Leonardo Ricardo

VERY moving…this guy is so illuminating he fills cyberspace with GOOD NEWS! He´s right, it´s the start, not the end.

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