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The Fourth Trumpet sounded - GSE4 Final Day Report

23. April 2010

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The Fourth Trumpet sounded - GSE4 Final Day Report

The fruit of several days of reflection, prayer, sharing and seeking the Lord was seen on the final day of the 4th Anglican Global South-to-South Encounter, as the will of God in leading His church in the Global South continues to be worked out. Archbishop John Chew invited the Western Associates of the Global South to share their...

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Capacity-Building: GSE 4 Day 4 Report, 22nd April 2010

22. April 2010

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Capacity-Building: GSE 4 Day 4 Report, 22nd April 2010

(Photo: Elder Fu Xianwei presented gifts to Abp Kolini and Abp Chew) The reflecting and meditating has largely been done; day 4 of the 4th Anglican Global South-to-South Encounter was a time for action. The day opened with the African delegates leading the Holy Communion Service, with Archbishop Ian Ernest in his homily urging the...

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“Light for the Nations” – GSE4 Day 3 Report, 21st April 2010

21. April 2010

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“Light for the Nations” – GSE4  Day 3 Report, 21st April 2010

The Global South-to-South Encounter entered into its third. What does it mean for the Churches in the Global South to be a “Light for the Nations? The day started with Archbishop Robert Duncan presiding at Holy Communion. In his homily, Abp Peter Jensen reminded us that we, who are “deeply, truly and permanently loved”...

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To be a Covenant for All Peoples - GSE4 Day 2 Report, 20th April

21. April 2010

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To be a Covenant for All Peoples - GSE4  Day 2 Report, 20th April

1st Row, L-R: (GSPSC members) Bishop Albert Chama, Abp Mouneer Anis, Abp Peter Akinola, President Nathan, Abp John Chew, Abp Stephen Than, Abp Kolini, Abp Greg Venables 2nd Row: Bishop Anba Suriel, Bishop Johannes Seoka, Abp Eliud Wabukala, Abp Daniel Deng, Abp Nicholas Okoh, Bishop Stephen Kaziimba, Abp Valentini Mokiwa 3rd Row: Elder...

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It’s time to move forward - GSE4 Day 1 Report, 19th April

19. April 2010

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It’s time to move forward - GSE4 Day 1 Report, 19th April

At the stroke of four, the primates and bishops, led by the Cathedral choir, processed into St Andrew’s Cathedral’s Nave. The 250-strong congregation, comprising Encounter participants, observers and Singaporean church leaders; rose to the processional hymn “Praise my soul, the King of Heaven. The Fourth Anglican...

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