1/08/2010

Scott Gunn gets Anglican Communion doings right: Be not afraid.

Scott Gunn sums up the doings in the Anglican Communion as well as can be done. Read it all in his article, "Anglican Communion woes? Be not afraid."

Excellent stuff! The last two paragraphs say it best:

"The more that lay people share in ministries across the Communion, the greater our bonds of affection become. The more we ensure that all voices are heard, not just mitred megaphones, the greater our sense of Communion becomes. The more that we bloggers shun angry fear-mongering and invite thoughtful conversation, the greater our ability to embrace Christ’s call for costly discipleship and wide-embracing evangelism.

So, dear friends, be not afraid. The Anglican Communion is alive and well. So long as we cling to hope and not fear, all manner of things shall be well."

Go on, read it HERE.

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