Monthly Archives: November 2012

African Pentecostals are progressive on the issue of Women Bishops: A profile of Archbishop Dorcas Olaniyi

The rejection of women as Bishop in the Church of England has been viewed by Church and soceity as a ridiculous decision. The situation is fast becoming one that is potraying the Church as backward and not in torch with … Continue reading

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Black Church Leaders respond to FSA Censure of Rev Carmel Jones and The Pentecostal Credit Union (Press Statement 16 November 2012)

The National Church Leaders Forum (NCLF) has expressed support for the Reverend Carmel Jones and The Pentecostal Credit Union (TPCU) after the Financial Services Authority (FSA) publically censured them for issuing loans worth £1.2 million under its members’ names but … Continue reading

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A Common Cause: The Case of Lewisham Hospital

The Olympics during the summer showcased human goodwill and British generosity at its best. This was because despite our differences humanity rallied around a common cause in terms of sports. I witnessed something very powerful and similar to that of … Continue reading

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