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May 25 2022 By dvirtue My Anglican Journey -- by Sunita Theiss

I attended almost every week and had several emotional, formative experiences. But eventually, I stopped attending. It was causing conflict with my family, and quite frankly, I did not understand or realize how difficult it is to reorient a life around Christ, especially when it felt diametrically opposed to the way I had been living.

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March 22 2022 By dvirtue 56% of Christian Feel Their Spiritual Life Is Entirely Private

Growing Together

Younger Christians Are Less Likely to View Their Spiritual Lives as Private

Privacy might seem like the natural habitat for faith formation in our increasingly individualized culture. Indeed, 56 percent of Christians feel their spiritual life is entirely private.

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February 11 2022 By dvirtue Small Is the New 'Big' When It Comes to Churches

"We did some outside services, parking lot services, changed the way we do communion, the way we take offerings. No more passing things between people," he said. Last summer, they even borrowed a circular horse trough for outdoor baptisms, held Bible studies under the trees, featured an outdoor movie night, and like most churches, turned to live streaming services for those not attending in person.

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The Ignite Conference seeks to answer the difficult questions currently facing the church. Today's secular society often elevates government and the rights of the individual over God and the rights of Christians to worship and teach freely. Policies and legislation currently being discussed and codified could threaten biblically based Christianity. How do we engage these discussions and prepare ourselves without giving up hope for Gospel transformation of our culture?

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August 03 2021 By dvirtue KADUNA: Cathedral Of St. Andrew, Zonkwa Dedicated By Primate Ndukuba

Ndukuba commended the people for their display of faith in God, adding that in the midst of persecution and threats to their lives, they could still rejoice in the Lord. He explained that the completion of the Cathedral is nothing, but the work of faith and God's hand. Appreciating the Bishop and his wife, The Rt. Rev Jacob Kwashi and Mrs. Rhoda Kwashi and the good people of Zonkwa Diocese for their sacrifices towards erecting the glorious edifice to worship God.

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As a group of people doing the course formed and gathered inter-generationally, they were taught lecture-style about the overarching themes of the Bible. Through this, Cameron was introduced to a whole new way of reading the Bible in its context. This learning was instrumental for Cameron and his faith. What the PTC material allowed was for Cameron to read the Bible for himself.

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March 24 2021 By dvirtue Anglican Church hosts AAC for Renew Weekend

Canon Mark spoke Friday evening about the implications of Pentecost for the Church today and the necessity for empowerment in mission and outreach. On Saturday, Canon Phil spoke on the Book of Acts, and Rev. Alan spoke on the work and ministry of the Holy Spirit. These presentations were followed by prayer for the participants.

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July 28 2020 By dvirtue India's Coming Revival

And should I not have concern for the great city of Nineveh, in which there are more than a hundred and twenty thousand people who cannot tell their right hand from their left-and also many animals?

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December 31 2019 By virtueonline Anchored in Christ: An English Church Plant of the Anglican Network in Canada

Fowey has served for centuries as a workaday seaport for the larger Cornish county. Being on the westernmost part of the southwest peninsula, she's bustling in the summer months, much favored today by English holiday-makers and sailors alike. But come the New Year, boats abandon the river like keepers do their shops. Google it. No, go book an Airbnb any Saturday in January and see how incredibly successful you are. The internet presumes Fowey is nothing more than a "getaway."

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June 08 2019 By virtueonline 5 Renewals For Revitalization: #1 -- Personal Renewal

In this article I want to address the first renewal, Personal Renewal. And specifically, how you can experience personal renewal both individually and as a congregation:

Individual Personal Renewal

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