Kevin and I talk all things Melbourne gay wedding and some related GAFCON stuff.
A while ago I was interviewed for an documentary (“The Troublesome Priest”) about Ven. Rod Bower, Rector of Gosford Anglican and now Archdeacon of the Central Coast, by documentary maker Kaye Harrison (Bunya Treehouse for ABC Compass). While my interview ended up not being used in the film (at the time of the interview the focus of […]
As part of my role of rector of Glenquarie Anglican Church I’m also the chairman of a local charity, Break the Cycle, Glenquarie. Our mission is to empower sustainable lifechoices and communities through a wide portfolio of services including lifeskills courses, community chaplaincy, emergency relief, no-interest loans, counselling, financial coaching, a community pantry, a men’s shed, […]
The Australian Anglican Future Conference talks are now available to view on video. Some really edifying material here including Kanishka Raffel’s wonderful studies in 2Peter. But perhaps the best of the bunch was 3 great talks by Ashley Null on Thomas Cranmer. Well worth making a hot drink (or pouring something slightly strong) and watching through. […]
Listening to some old favourites while I catch up on work after a busy week.
Look, if this had been the way we read classics in school then I might well have kept at it a lot longer… Thug Notes Oh, ok – one more… Genius
In others news, I think I announced that I will be going to GAFCON 2 this October in Nairobi. If I didn’t then there it is! Here the Chair of the GAFCON Primates, Archbishop Eliud Wabakula of Kenya, speaks about the conference and the importance of East Africa. image: All Saints Cathedral Nairobi
A while ago I wrote about Seamus and Rachel Macdonald who are working hard for the Lord in Mongolia. …he and Rachel have decided to get into theological education with Pioneers – specifically Mongolian. And to get the best results in learning the language you have to go native. So they did. Which means a few months ago […]
from GAFCON, pdf available here October 29, 2012 The day we give special thanks for James Hannington, Bishop of Eastern Equatorial Africa, and his Companions, Martyrs, 1885 My dear people of God: Grace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. The Primates’ Council has just concluded its October 2012 meeting in […]
Doug Wilson was recently speaking at Indiana University, setting forward a Christian view of sexual ethics. As he reports, there was an attempt made to shout him out of the place. Here’s the video. That’s a great observation at the end, Diversity has 2 fundamental tenets, as far as I’ve been able to glean from […]