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IAFN - Promoting Health in Families

“To be caught up in healing and healthcare is to be drawn into God’s passion for human flourishing and the family offers a primary context where such flourishing is founded - an agency for restoring hope and recovering community.” (Bishop David Rossdale, IAFN Chair)

These words encapsulate what IAFN’s latest newsletter is all about, sharing stories from around the Anglican Communion of the many supportive ways churches and dioceses are coming alongside families affected by health difficulties and challenges. From pregnancy and birth care through to chaplaincy care for elders, this newsletter contains stories of mental, physical and emotional health, of community action and creative response throughout the varying stages and circumstances of life.

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07 JUL 2017 4.26 MB

IAWN Newsletter May 2017

The May 2017 edition of the International Anglican Women’s Network newsletter is a UN Commission on the Status of Women special! It contains the thoughts, impressions and discoveries of some of the Anglican delegates to the Commission’s 61st session and reveals the depth of their experience – and their realisation that any one of us can be an advocate for women and girls around the world.

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19 MAY 2017 2.86 MB

IAWN Newsletter March 2017

In our March 2017 newsletter, read the latest news from Anglican women.

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10 MAR 2017 1.94 MB

Compass Points October 2016

The Chennai Issue

  • Why Chennai?
  • Our Host College
  • Mamallapuram
  • St Thomas Mount
  • Christianity in India
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04 NOV 2016 1.4 MB

IAWN Newsletter October 2016

In our October 2016 newsletter, read the latest news from Anglican women in Korea, Auckland in Aotearoa New Zealand, Bangladesh, Australia, Canada, India and Rwanda, and pray with young people in Jordan and the Middle East, and with girls in Honduras.

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10 OCT 2016 2.2 MB

A Youthful Church

IAFN’s latest newsletter is an encouragement. It tells stories from many different parts of the Communion about work being done to include children and young people in the life of Anglican churches and to assist them in exploring their own faith and spirituality. The common themes are the need to involve the young, listen to them, and celebrate their energy and gifts.

 

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30 SEP 2016 481 KB

IAWN Newsletter June 2016

A New Steering Group for IAWN!

Thank you to everyone who made nominations, stood for election, and voted during the IAWN Steering Group elections earlier this year.

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06 JUN 2016 1.2 MB

Compass Points June 2016

  • India Chapter Offers a Model for Networking
  • CUAC Was Well Represented at Lambeth Palace in March
  • Stay Woke,’ Emilie Townes Tells Students at the Sewanee Conference
  • Three Hearst Scholarships Awarded
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01 JUN 2016 1.14 MB

Building strong families in the way of Christ

This newsletter starts with the Editorial exploring the theology of the Cross where Christ’s strength is revealed in weakness. So what makes a strong family, strong family relationships and a strong Church? This is an important question when ‘strength’ can so easily mask abuses of power. 

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20 APR 2016 2.84 MB

Compass Points Feb 2016

In this issue:

  • Canterbury chaplain Jeremy Law named CUAC’s first ‘distinguished fellow’
  • Triennial 2017 prospectus
  • Kevin Rudd On Faith, Ethics and Climate Change
  • Worshipping Visually, Across the Globe
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09 FEB 2016 1.02 MB