Monthly Archives: March 2011

Apocalype Wow! I wish you could have seen it

You can’t help but have your hope for the present and future vitality of our diocese increased significantly when you attend a diocesan youth event. Apocalypse Wow! a dynamic gathering of diocesan youth at Camp Artaban on March 25-27, 2011, … Continue reading

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The world as it must be – A Jewish Perspective and a Challenge for us in the Diocese of New Westminster

Shawn Landres is the CEO and research Director for Jumpstart – A Thinkulator for Sustainable Jewish Innovation. Jumpstart can be found at http://www.jewishjumpstart.org. It’s well worth a look. Landres has made significant contributions to Jewish academic and non-profit organization leadership … Continue reading

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The Highjacking of Anglican Evangelicalism

Anglican Evangelicalism is a valuable aspect of the Gospel witness of world-wide Anglicanism.  Great Evangelical thinkers and doers from the 18th century on have advanced the cause of Christ as part of the diverse theological and Biblical traditions that make … Continue reading

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Thoughts for Ash Wednesday and Lent: Let’s Repent of Tolerance

Repent of ‘tolerance’? But tolerance is a good thing. Why should we repent of tolerance? Perhaps we need to be challenged in our thinking about the ramifications of ‘tolerance’ as part of our theological language and as a natural way … Continue reading

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Out of Egypt: A Potential for a New and Renewed Reality

I want to see the day very soon when those who have separated themselves from the Anglican Church of Canada and the Episcopal Church march hand in hand to witness to the relevance of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to … Continue reading

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