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We are very grateful to those members of General Synod including members of EGGS (the Evangelical Group on General Synod) and some of our bishops who spoke and voted to oppose this.

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February 11 2023 By dvirtue JESUS: The gates of hell shall not prevail against My Church

That holy promise is currently being fulfilled at a small Christian college in the Bluegrass State. The Holy Spirit is again breaking through all the design, as He has before, proving that the gates of hell are not persevering against the Church of the eternal God.

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February 11 2023 By dvirtue The Anglican Church of Kenya Calls CofE Action to Bless Same-Sex Unions "hypocritical and a blatant lie"

It is ridiculous that the Church of England affirms to remain faithful to the traditional teachings of marriage, yet have sanctioned the so-called prayers of love to be used in their churches to bless unions between persons of same sex. This is hypocritical and a blatant lie for there is only one truth and not many versions or opinions of it.

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As the chair of GAFCON says, "in Kigali, Rwanda this April, and in collaboration with the GSFA, we will have more to say.

The Anglican Church of Rwanda is a full member of both GAFCON (Global Anglican Futures Conference) and the Global South Fellowship of Anglican churches (GSFA).

The Most Rev. Dr. Laurent Mbanda is archbishop and Primate of the Anglican church of Rwanda

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February 10 2023 By dvirtue SYDNEY: English Synod decision rejects clear teaching of the Bible

SYDNEY: English Synod decision rejects clear teaching of the Bible

By Archbishop Kanishka Raffel
Anglican Church Diocese of Sydney
February 10, 2023

The Anglican Archbishop of Sydney, Kanishka Raffel, has described the decision of the Church of England General Synod to offer prayers of blessing to couples in same-sex marriages and civil partnerships as a rejection of biblical teaching.

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February 10 2023 By dvirtue Archbishop of Canterbury Promises LGBT Activists to 'Root Out' Certain People From the Church of England

Welby responded to an LGBT activist who mischaracterized a quote from an African Anglican bishop, pledging to launch a "disciplinary process" against clergy and lay leaders who utter similar words.

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February 10 2023 By dvirtue UGANDA: Anglican Archbishop Blasts "Suicidal Path" of CofE Over Same-Sex Blessings

The General Synod of the Church of England (their top governing body, like our Provincial Assembly) sat yesterday and passed several resolutions that are of great concern to us in Uganda. They have decided to allow clergy to preside at Blessings of Same-sex Unions and have approved supplemental prayers and liturgies for such occasions.

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February 10 2023 By dvirtue A LAMENTABLE DEPARTURE

Whilst individuals will need time to prayerfully process the implications of this apostasy and to seek the Lord's leading for their own positions and ministry, they should know 'they are not alone and they have a home' within the global Gafcon family; that continuing a faithful Anglican is possible and remains a good and godly expression of the gospel; and further, that the Gafcon Primates' Council have made provision for them of faithful (alternative) episcopal oversight through the Anglican

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February 10 2023 By dvirtue Church of England votes in favour of blessings for same-sex unions

But emotionally charged speeches from those advocating full equality for LGBTQ+ Christians and those arguing that traditional biblical teaching on marriage and sex must be upheld signalled that the debate is set to continue.

The synod also agreed that the church will apologise for the harm it has caused to LGBTQ+ people. It welcomed a forthcoming review of a ban on clergy entering into same-sex civil marriages and a celibacy rule for clergy in same-sex relationships.

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February 09 2023 By dvirtue 'We've Always Made It Work': Displaced South Carolina Anglicans Adapt Amid Moves

Of the eight ruled by the South Carolina State Supreme Court to lose control of their properties:

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