2015 Two Generations Leadership Conference

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2015 Two Generations Leadership Conference

The 2015 Two Generations Leadership Conference entitled “Equipping Leaders For Two Generations Ministry in the Asian/Chinese Canadian Churches” has concluded. You can find photos from the conference on our Facebook page. If you would like to know more about our speakers or panelist, you can find it on the conference page at http://www.ammic.ca/events/conference/2015-two-generations-leadership-conference/

Reminder: John Goldingay’s Free Public Lecture this Friday night

John GoldingayThe Rev. Dr. John Goldingay, a priest and an Old Testament scholar, will deliver a free public lecture entitled “Praise, Protest, and Poetry: How the Psalms Can Give Substance to Christian Worship” this Friday (May 2) 7:30pm at Good Shepherd Vancouver, BC (189 West 11th Ave, Vancouver, V5Y 1S8).  This event is co-sponsored by AMMiC and Centre for Worship Studies, Carey Institute.

Let’s learn together.  Please bring friends too.

**John Goldingay is the David Allan Hubbard Professor of Old Testament in the School of Theology of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California and has been at Fuller since 1997.  Before joining Fuller, he was the Principal and Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at St John’s College, Nottingham.  He serves on the Task Force on Biblical Interpretation in the Anglican Communion and the editorial board for the Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies.

This program is made possible through a worship renewal grant from the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, Grand Rapids, Michigan, with funds provided by Lilly Endowment Inc.

Pray for South Sudan

Anglican Network in Canada received an urgent email from Bishop Abraham Nhial requesting our prayers for South Sudan.

Bishop Abraham Nhial tells us that there has been an attempted coup resulting in two days of fighting in Juba, the capital. Bishop Nhial reports that “we already lost 12 people, more then 130 people are wounded, many people are still missing and many people are been displaced”.

Please pray for the Church in South Sudan, for wisdom for church leaders as they seek to be peacemakers, and for the Prince of Peace to reign in that fledgling nation.

Bishop Abraham Nhial, the diocese of Aweil, was one of the guest speakers at ANiC’s regional assembly in Vancouver last April.