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February 07 2024 By dvirtue IT'S TIME FOR STRATEGIC THINKING

Changes of this magnitude require a reassessment of the landscape for Christians and the Church. Rising hostility from governments, big business, and big tech raises questions about the Church's place in the public square and the methods she uses to preach the gospel. In large swathes of the Western world, Christians are no longer welcome to fully practice and express their faith in public.

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January 23 2024 By dvirtue 'Sleeping giant': Evangelical missionary movement in Latin America continues to grow

There, along with other Latin American missionaries, they have been serving for more than five years, learning the language, adapting to the culture and sharing the love of Christ with their neighbors.

"God has been faithful, and we have seen fruit amid difficulties," says Ana. "We are happy to be part of what God is doing in the nations."

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July 27 2023 By dvirtue Nondenominational Churches Are Growing and Multiplying in DC

Instead, the church is a little bit of all these things. It is nondenominational, pulling together different Christian streams to minister effectively to the young white professionals who have moved to work in the capital, as well as the upwardly mobile Nigerians and South Koreans who've emigrated to the seat of the United States government.

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June 16 2023 By dvirtue SAO PAULO: Two million in Brazil's March For Jesus

The number of evangelicals in Brazil has experienced a large growth. The last official census in Brazil (2010) already counted over 41 million of them (compared to 123 million Catholics). Other estimates speak of nearly 50 million, one in four Brazilians.

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December 02 2022 By dvirtue Anglican House Publishers Announces Winners of the 2022 Archbishop's Annual Summer Essay Contest

The total number of essays submitted was 79, with 27 from clergy and 52 from laity. This is an increase from a total of 57 submissions in 2021. Anglican House Publishers thanks everyone who submitted an essay for consideration.

Archbishop Beach commented on the essays which were submitted:

"I found these essays to be challenging and refreshing as each one addresses Church and Culture in a different way."

The top winners in the Clergy Category are:

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December 02 2022 By dvirtue Anglican Frontier Missions, DOMA Churches, and the Global Missions Initiative: A Profile of Partnership

After World War II, Protestant mission organizations began proliferating with the unfortunate side effect of nestling the locus of global missions to frontier unreached people groups away from the congregation and into the hands of "mission professionals." Another trend in post-World War II missions was the de-emphasis (and in most cases, the downright ignoring) of sacrament, liturgy, and the Great Tradition.

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August 22 2022 By dvirtue FROM LAMBETH TO LOCAL MISSION

I was reminded of that phrase, "deal with but don't dwell on" in the last few weeks as I've read our American Anglican Council (AAC) posts and Canon Phil's excellent reporting from the Lambeth Conference. I'm grateful that the AAC had our team on the ground to fight the good fight. I'm energized by the possibility of greater unity between the Global South Fellowship of Anglicans (GFSA) and GAFCON toward a real, conciliar realignment of the Anglican Communion.

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August 22 2022 By dvirtue Anglicans Stay Focused Amid Latin America's Pentecostal Boom

"Pretty soon Roman Catholicism will not be the church," Allen told TLC, adding that he believes Episcopalians and Anglicans in the six provinces across Latin America will thrive if they remain focused amid these demographic shifts.

"I have asked my clergy and laity, 'Let's not look at this as competing for the sheepfold. Because this is not a competition.' We just need to continue sharing the good news, reaching out to the huge number of young people everywhere we go," Allen said.

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August 07 2022 By dvirtue In Tanzania, the thought of a church in decline is inconceivable

It has not always been that way. In the 1850s, Arab slave and ivory traders began to develop a settlement to support their caravans as they crossed from Lake Tanyika (where the slaves captured in the Congo delta would join the caravan) to the port on the Indian Ocean (where they would be shipped to the Arab peninsula).

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August 07 2022 By dvirtue Nondenominational Churches Are Adding Millions of Members. Where Are They Coming From?

The 2020 US Religion Census, due out later this year, tallied 4,000 more nondenominational churches than in 2010, and nondenominational church attendance rose by 6.5 million during that time.

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