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Nigerian diocese isn’t getting the help it needs

The way in which artificial divisions among leaders are …creating serious obstacles to the mission of God in a place like Yola infuriates me. Nigerian after Nigerian is telling me that while they disagree with me on some issues, there is no reason we cannot still work together. Yet that is not the narrative that is propagated at the highest levels of Anglicanism.

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