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December 29 2022 By dvirtue Spotlight on Episcopal Abuse: Haitian Director of Operations Vundla Sikhumbuzo

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and Todd Ouseley are both personally involved in the matter and have received complaints from church members, both about Sikhumbuzo and the ongoing corruption in the diocese.

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The year 2022 has been momentous for GSFA, to the praise of God's glory.

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December 28 2022 By dvirtue GAFCON: General Secretary Christmas Letter - Archbishop Ben Kwashi

I know the power of answered prayer as prayers have been offered for Gloria and myself and indeed our whole family, as I underwent chemo treatment in the USA for several months this year. We are now back in Jos and continuing the ministry of the gospel in the diocese and throughout the Gafcon world.

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December 26 2022 By dvirtue Archbishops of Uganda and South Sudan Issue Stern Warnings to Church of England

"There are rumours that the Church of England will soon vote to provide some form of blessings for homosexual relationships. We are grateful for the Church of England who gave us the Gospel of Jesus Christ. But, we will never follow you in supporting homosexuality. You may be the "Mother Church," but let's be clear that such a decision will mean you have abandoned the very faith of Anglicanism you so generously shared around the world.

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December 23 2022 By dvirtue FLORIDA: Holt Seeks to Pitch a Big Tent as Dispute Goes to Court

Under a timeline specified in the canons, the second court has until late January 2023 to issue its opinion, which then must be disseminated by the presiding bishop within 15 days. That touches off a 120 window for gathering consents. In light of this, Bishop of Florida Samuel Johnson Howard has postponed the annual diocesan convention that was scheduled for January 28 to an unspecified date later in the year.

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December 21 2022 By dvirtue Church of Uganda Ready to Split from Canterbury Over Same-Sex Marriages

He was delivering his Christmas message at his Namirembe residence. "All signs are indicating that they are going the wrong direction and I want to call upon the Church of Uganda, all believers, dioceses...let us strengthen our income generating projects so that we are not lured at all by the straying Church because of money," Kaziimba said.

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December 21 2022 By dvirtue Church of Nigeria responds to NJ parish fracas

CoN however hitherto deliberately resisted the urge to go public and perhaps fuel the unfortunate internal crisis and the suspicion and mistrust that unfortunately culminated in the disruption of a worship service and involvement of New Jersey law enforcement agents to restore a semblance of order.

This statement is merely to put the record straight.

The leadership of CoN obviously disapproves of the disorderly and unwholesome behavior on display in the videos.

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Commenting on this year's Lambeth Conference, Archbishop Badi said that the GSFA's four objectives had been met: (a) to unify the orthodox in the Communion; (b) to sound a clarion call to biblical faithfulness (by re-affirming Lambeth 1.10); (c) to be a 'holy remnant' in the Communion (and not a breakaway group); and (d) to spur orthodox Provinces to collaborate and pursue holistic Gospel mission to the world.

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December 19 2022 By dvirtue Uganda's Anglican Archbishop Warns African Christians About Fake Clerics

Kaziimba who is also the Diocesan Bishop noted that the Church of Uganda and other Anglican Churches in Africa has well laid procedures through which the clerics are appointed and therefore no one should just wake up one day and declare themselves clergy.

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December 16 2022 By dvirtue Mark Rivera, Former Anglican Lay Pastor, Found Guilty of Felony Child Sexual Assault

Judge John Barsanti of Illinois' 16th Judicial Circuit Court in Kane County found Rivera guilty of two counts of predatory sexual assault of a victim under 13 years old (a Class X felony) and three counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of a victim under 13 (a Class 2 felony). The defense has 30 days to file a motion to request a new trial, and if the motion is denied, the sentencing hearing is expected to take place on Feb. 10.

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