Book Review – Something’s Not Right

Wade Mullen’s Something’s Not Right is just the right book at just the right time for a broader evangelical church reeling with numerous revelations of abusive behaviour by those who should be caring for and shepherding the flock. Mullen, himself a pastor, writes mostly about Christian environments but doesn’t assume his readers need to be […]

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Bishop of Gippsland supports Synod motion endorsing non-marital relationships

The Diocese of Gippsland, at it’s recent synod, has voted to change it’s own version of Faithfulness in Service, the national church’s guidelines for standards in ministry, to remove the classical definition of chaste relationships (marriage between a man and a woman) and replace it with a more ambiguous definition of “committed and monogamous relationship”. […]

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Sydney’s New Archbishop

The Synod of the Diocese of Sydney meets over the next few days to elect a new Archbishop. The new incumbent will replace Glenn Davies who retired a month ago. SydneyAnglicans.net has an excellent summary of the four candidates: When nominations closed on Tuesday, March 23, three bishops and the Dean of Sydney, Kanishka Raffel, […]

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Anzac Day 2021 – The Triumph of God

An address given at the Parramatta ANZAC Day 2021 dawn service. On the 17th of May 1942 in a small mountain town in the heart of Austria my Grandfather, a recently ordained Lutheran minister by the name of Martin Kirchschlager, received his conscription notice into the Wehrmacht.He was not made a padre, a chaplain, as […]

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Jonathan Fletcher Victim Speaks Out

Julie Roys has conducted an amazing interview with one of Fletcher’s victims, Lee Furney. Lee and I went through Cornhill in London at the same time. He was a boarder at Fletcher’s home in Wimbledon and eventually ended up reporting what was happening. Nothing was done. LEE FURNEY 30:17So, I filed a formal complaint with […]

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Full Report on Jonathan Fletcher and Conservative Evangelicals Released

The Independent Lessons Learned Review by thirtyone:eight has now been published at the WalkingWith website (established by Emmanuel Church Wimbledon). The report’s scope is set out in the Executive Summary: Thirtyone:eight was commissioned to undertake an independent Lessons Learned Review by Emmanuel Church Wimbledon (ECW) in December 2019 in response to the growing number of […]

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