Out of Africa: The Breakaway Anglican Churches
Out of Africa: The Breakaway Anglican Churches  -     By: Ross Lindsay
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Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Xulon Press
Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.56 (inches)
ISBN: 1613796064
ISBN-13: 9781613796061

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Out of Africa: The Breakaway Anglican Churches tells the remarkable story of the emergence of a new religious movement within the Anglican Communion. The movement, made up of theologically conservative Anglican churches, began in Pawleys Island, South Carolina in January 2000 and, with assistance from the Anglican Church of Rwanda, Africa, has spread throughout the United States and into Canada. Every Episcopalian and Anglican should read Out of Africa: The Breakaway Anglican Churches. Ross Lindsay has done the church a huge favor by telling this compelling story that many of us have lived for over a decade.David Virtue, VIRTUEONLINEIn Out of Africa: The Breakaway Anglican Churches, Ross Lindsay tells the story as it happened. I witnessed most of the events that he recounts, and he is spot-on in his recall and his analysis.Rev. Dr. Kevin Francis Donlon, Canon for Ecclesiastical Affairs, Anglican Mission in the AmericasRoss Lindsay chronicles well the realignment of Anglicanism that was birthed at All Saints Church in Pawleys Island, South Carolina in 2000. By tracing the movement from inception, he reminds us that our call is to both missiology and ecclesiology. Lindsay describes the current developments as a movement with a mission.The Most Rev. Emmanuel Kolini, Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Rwanda (retired) ROSS M. "BUDDY" LINDSAY, III, C.P.A., J.D., L.L.M., Ph.D. is a tax attorney, CPA, and hotelier. He is the author of Building a Church to Last: The Miracle in Pawleys. He earned a Ph.D. in Church Growth from Brunel University and an L.L. M. in Anglican Canon Law from the Center of Law and Religion at Cardiff University Law School. Today he serves as President of Sonship Hospitality, Inc. and Sonship Ministries, Inc. where he coaches church planters and helps entrepreneurs move from empire building to Kingdom building.

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