Friday, September 25, 2020

Popular Tele-evangelist, Morris Cerullo is Dead

Popular tele-evangelist and preacher, Dr Morris Cerullo died on Saturday, July 11 2020, in San Diego, California, United States, US. Cerullo was known as a man with a deep passion for his faith with a burden for the lost world. The American Tele-evangelist who has authored over 80 Christian literature died at the age of...

Trump Orders All Places of Worship To Open, Declares Them Essential (+Video)

President Trump on Friday announced that houses of worship would now be considered “essential services”. He noted that the new Centers for Disease Control guidance will classify houses of worship as “essential,” as he called on governors to allow them to open “right now” after being closed during the coronavirus lockdowns in the US. Trump...

El Paso Shooting: We Must Combat Hate Speech And Racism – Bs Felix Orji

“A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another. By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another."-John 13:34-35 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Our...

Nigerian preacher gets £2,500 compensation after arrest in London

It was a moment of reprieve for Nigerian preacher Mr Oluwole Ilesanmi who was halted from expressing his Christian views and driven four miles away by police as he was awarded a £2,500 payout for wrongful arrest. The UK Police, however, refused to apologise for taking him away from the tube station where he was...

ACC-17 — a foretaste of Lambeth 2020?

At the end of April (2019) two church bodies met, the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC-17) in Hong Kong and the Gafcon Primates in Sydney. The Gafcon Primates published a Communiqué of their meeting. The ACC does not normally produce a summary document and so one has to rely on church news services (here and here), which...

Over 3,500 Children Recruited By Insurgents, Says UN

UNICEF has raised concern over the number of children recruited and killed by non-state armed groups in Nigeria’s north-east region. The United Nations children’s agency said this in a statement on Friday, ahead of the fifth anniversary of the Chibok abduction. “More than 3,500 children, most...

Photos: Pope Francis Kisses Feet Of Rival South Sudan Leaders

Onlookers were stunned on Thursday when Pope Francis knelt and kissed the feet of South Sudan’s rival leaders in an amazing act of humility aimed at promoting peace and to encourage unity among Africa countries torn by war.  The Popes gesture cames at the close of a two-day retreat in...

Open letter from civil society to the international community on the current situation in Sudan.

What has happened in Sudan since 6 April can leave no doubt as to the seriousness of the Sudanese people to dismiss a regime that has remained in power for 30 years through its dependence on the tools of dictatorship, kleptocracy, patronage, fear and wide-scale human rights abuse. Citizens in the hundreds...

Bishop of Kuching elected deputy head of Association of Churches in Sarawak

The Anglican Bishop of Kuching, the Rt. Rev. Danald Jute has been elected deputy head of the Association of Churches in Sarawak (ACS) at its 5th Biennial General Meeting held last month. Located on the northern coast of Borneo, Sarawak is Malaysia’s only Christian majority state.  On 23 March...

Pope approves updated norms for former Anglicans

Released on Tuesday, the updated Complementary Norms for the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus were approved by Pope Francis on March 8th and signed by Cardinal Luis Ladaria and Archbishop Giacomo Morandi, Prefect and Secretary of the CDF, respectively, on March 19, 2019. Anglicanorum coetibus governs the institutions and Personal Ordinariates that minister to...

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