29. April 2010

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Bishop Wright Retiring in August - Living Church

Bishop Wright Retiring in August - Living Church
The Rt. Rev. N.T. Wright, Bishop of Durham since 2003, has announced his retirement from that historic and influential office, effective Aug. 31. Wright, 61, will become Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the
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28. April 2010

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Key Anglican Leaders Sad Yet Hopeful About Futures - The Christian Post (Singapore)

Key Anglican Leaders Sad Yet Hopeful About Futures - The Christian Post (Singapore)
As a watching world wonders if Anglicanism is falling apart, major players in the Anglican Communion are assured of unity. But it is an assurance that is mingled with a deep sorrow. These were recurrent themes in conversations The Christian Post had with most of the Global South archbishops and representatives. This paper had met them...
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28. April 2010

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FCA General Secretary, Abp Peter Jensen responds to the Global South to South Encounter

FCA General Secretary, Abp Peter Jensen responds to the Global South to South Encounter
The Fourth Blast of the Trumpet The image of the trumpet blast seems to be an over-dramatic description of the communiqué issued from the latest Global South Encounter. In fact, the response to it has been somewhat muted. But as a guest at the conference, I believe that it fully deserves the title ‘trumpet’ and will...
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23. April 2010

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“It is too short to tell” - closing address by Abp John Chew

“It is too short to tell” - closing address by Abp John Chew
Let me speak in two parts. Firstly, a couple of closing words to end this Encounter. Let me give you some insights on the ‘behind the scenes” challenges in organizing this Conference. The original intent was to host this Encounter in England. Even up to August last year, this was our intent. I still remember that when the...
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23. April 2010

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Remarks and Observations from the Coptic Orthodox Church by Bishop Anba Suriel, 23rd April 2010

Remarks and Observations from the Coptic Orthodox Church by Bishop Anba Suriel, 23rd April 2010
First of all I wish to thank you very much for the warm hospitality that I have received from you all. You made me truly feel comfortable and at home amongst brethren. I wish to thank our host His Grace Archbishop John Chew and all the support he has given to the small Coptic community in Singapore over the years. To all the organizers,...
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23. April 2010

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The Fourth Trumpet sounded - GSE4 Final Day Report

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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23. April 2010

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Fourth Trumpet from the Fourth Anglican Global South to South Encounter

Fourth Trumpet from the Fourth Anglican Global South to South Encounter
St. Andrew’s Cathedral, Singapore, 19th – 23rd April 2010
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22. April 2010

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

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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22. April 2010

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Plenary 3: Challenges and Network for Capacity Building, Bishop Albert Chama & Keith Chua

Plenary 3: Challenges and Network for Capacity Building, Bishop Albert Chama & Keith Chua
Let me firstly extend a personal welcome to Singapore and I trust that our hospitality teams have been taking good care of you. I was privileged to have been at the last 2 encounters – that may or may not be a good thing. Continuity can be very helpful but I realise that staying too long results in excess baggage. If you travel as...
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22. April 2010

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GSE4 Audio Messages

All audio messages from GSE4, including the Morning Bible Studies and Holy Communion homilies.
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