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FCA underway

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March 26, 2015An Australian branch of the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans has been launched in Melbourne, watched by delegates from across Australasia at the Anglican Future Conference.

Considering the future

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March 25, 2015The Anglican Future conference has opened in Melbourne with a call for faithfulness and clarity in proclaiming the Gospel in Australasia.

Rushing aid to Vanuatu

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March 17, 2015Anglican Aid has opened an appeal to aid the nation of Vanuatu in the wake of the worst cyclone in memory.

Blue-collar growth

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March 15, 2015When Andrew Beddoe first developed a theology course for blue-collar workers as part of the Ministry Training Strategy he hoped to see as many people trained for ministry as possible.

Doctrine commission launches SSM report

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March 10, 2015The Doctrine commission of the Diocese of Sydney has launched its report on same-sex marriage in book form.

State leaders speak out in Christian forum

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March 4, 2015Senior Bishop Robert Forsyth has joined leaders from the Christian community in New South Wales in questioning Premier Baird and Opposition Leader Foley, ahead of the state election.

“Whole church” movement gathers momentum

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February 26, 2015The Australian branch of the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (GFCA), a worldwide movement promoting reform of the Anglican Church around the biblical gospel, is set to be launched.

Pollock bowls up Bible challenge

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February 20, 2015One of the world's top cricketers is to launch Anglican Aid’s Flawless Bible Tour.

‘People of the cross’ murdered by IS militants

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February 17, 2015The Archbishop of Sydney says Australians should be shocked, repulsed and outraged by the slaughter of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians, murdered for their faith in Libya.

Call to free children from detention

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February 13, 2015The Archbishop of Sydney, Dr Glenn Davies, says the situation of children in detention 'should concern every Australian' and he has supported calls for an overhaul of the current system.