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August 23 2017 By dvirtue VERO BEACH, FL: Christ Church Anglican Complex Opens its Doors

The June 18 Sunday worship services were preceded by a Friday evening celebration for church members called "Prayer, Praise and Testimony." Following the service, a meal, prepared by Christ Church parishioners, was held in the spacious Welcome Area and Community Center.

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August 16 2017 By dvirtue Bringing the gospel to England - The story of Trinity Church Scarborough

At the time of my announcement in Hull, we had a very small core church planting team. It consisted of me, my wife, my three children (plus all of their toys!) and a young man who I had persuaded to join as an Assistant Minister. The plan was for him to learn how to plant a church and then in four years go and do the same thing. We didn't have any money, any more people and no building. But we did have the gospel and we did have confidence a God for whom nothing is impossible.

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June 07 2017 By dvirtue The Remaking of Protestantism

The trend of realignment among mainline churches can be seen in the formation of ECO: A Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians (2012), the North American Lutheran Church (2010), and the Anglican Church of North America (2009). Both ECO and NALC were formed from networks of ministers and churches that had decided that renewal from within existing Presbyterian, Lutheran, and Anglican denominations was no longer possible.

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May 09 2017 By dvirtue 400 radical Muslims embrace Jesus as their Saviour in Nigeria

Considering the atrocious record of this Islamist group, it came as a big surprise when more than 400 Fulanis in Nigeria recently converted to Christianity and vowed to promote peace in their country.

Among the Fulanis who embraced Jesus, seven were even ordained, the Daily Post reported.

The Rev. Copper Sebok, who leads COCIN Church Panyam in Plateau State, made the announcement on April 30 during a meeting attended by the Fulani converts.

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April 27 2017 By dvirtue Making Christ-followers of all nations--it's the main thing

In a workshop, I had an opportunity to share some thoughts about how the Anglican Communion can structure itself to both fulfill Christ's Great Commission to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:16-20), and at the same time reaffirm the Bible over and against false teaching by Anglican leaders (mostly in the West) who are leading people away from Christ.

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April 21 2017 By dvirtue What Makes Your Church Your Church?

Miller covers the process his church underwent in determining their church's story and how they could use this new space to convey their mission, vision, and values. His church's building project helped him discern three key elements that must be considered to clearly communicate your church's unique story within its physical space.

1. Loves

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April 09 2017 By dvirtue Why Has Evangelism Fallen On Hard Times?

It’s a sobering reality that nearly 80% of unchurched people say they will engage in a faith conversation but that only 30% of Christians are actually telling people about Jesus. Despite what many may say to the contrary, the vast majority of people around us are willing to talk about faith and the deeper things of life. The void in the human heart without Jesus doesn’t change across generations.

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March 24 2017 By dvirtue A Tale of Two Healthy Churches

As I reflect on both churches, it is not their size that matters, nor the number of programs they run. In addition to their commitment to Christ and his Great Commission, their focus on making followers of Jesus Christ who pursue Christ-likeness, and their faithfulness to the Bible, I count three things they share in common:

Long-term, trusted clergy leaders

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March 14 2017 By dvirtue LONGVIEW,TX: Anglican church sets first confirmation service

The occasion is special enough to draw Todd Hunter, bishop of the four-state Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others. Known to members by the abbreviation, C4SO is a part of the Anglican Church of North America.

Anglicans trace their heritage to Henry Tudor's Church of England, which King Henry the Eighth founded when breaking from the Catholic Church at the start of the 16th century Reformation.

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February 28 2017 By dvirtue How Smartphones and Social Media is Changing Christianity

This more relaxed approach to phones is not the only tech-related update the Church has undergone in the past few years. The rise of apps and social media is changing the way many of the world's two billion Christians worship -- and even what it means to be religious.

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