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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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Anglican TV and Stand Firm will be live streaming the San Joaquin Diocesan Convention.
Here's the Anglican TV thread.
Here's the Stand Firm thread:
If you watch and appreciate the availability of the livestream, please consider contributing to Kevin Kallsen's expenses. Go to the Anglican TV site and look for the "Chip In" link in the upper right corner. Kevin is currently raising money to cover Mark Lawrence's consecration, but we understand he is still short in terms of having his expenses for San Joaquin covered.
Two graphs to illustrate the post below re: TEC Domestic Dioceses' decline in membership and ASA since 2000:
Note: the scale on the Y-axes above (verticle axes) is compressed. They do not begin at 0. Thus the decline appears much steeper than if the starting point at the bottom was 0. See the comments for my justification for preparing it this way. The increased rate of decline from 2003 onwards is real however, as is shown in the following graph re: percentage change. (Which has an accurate Y-scale).
Update: Oops. The Y axis on the second graph should be labeled "% change", not "members". Sorry we didn't catch that before we posted it.
Update 2: By request we've uploaded our original Excel spreadsheet with the relevant data from which we created the graphs. You can find it here: http://kendallharmon.net/t19/media/TEC_2000-2006.xls
Anglican TV has now posted the video of the press conference from yesterday afternoon in Pittsburgh. Here's the link.
Kevin Kallsen of Anglican TV is in Pittburgh now. He plans a live stream of the Common Cause Bishops Council tonight at 8 pm Eastern (11:00 GMT / midnight London)
Here's the post where the stream from Pittsburgh will be broadcast.
You can read about Kevin's schedule and broadcast plans here.
NOW scheduled for approx 8 p.m. eastern (not 7) since there is no wifi to enable him to broadcast live:
Update: There is no internet in the William Penn Ballroom. There is free internet in the lobby. Sssoooo, I will tape the opening address of Bishop Duncan and then run up to the lobby and broadcast it. I would imagine it would be sometime around 8:00pm.
Part 1 of press conference video is posted at Baby Blue: http://babybluecafe.blogspot.com/2007/09/press-conference-for-day-six-house-of.html
Matt's Live Blog text is here: http://www.standfirminfaith.com/index.php/site/article/6265/
more links as we get them
For those of you like this poor elf who missed Anglican TV's live stream of today's press conference with Rowan Williams, despair not. Baby Blue has come to the rescue. Here's the link: http://babybluecafe.blogspot.com/2007/09/press-conference-with-archbishop-of.html
Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal - Anglican: Latest News - Anglican: Primary Source -- Statements & Letters: Primates Archbishop of Canterbury Episcopal Church (TEC) TEC Bishops Sept07 HoB Meeting TEC Conflicts Lambeth 2008 Sexuality Debate (in Anglican Communion) * Resources & Links Resources: Audio-Visual
Go to this page and then scroll down to bottom left for the video / audio section.
ENS / Episcopal Life Online has a video by Louisiana Bishop Charles Jenkins posted. You can watch that here.
Update: Haven't watched it all yet..., juggling too much else. But, the part we watched was all about Katrina relief.
ENS has also posted a picture gallery from this morning's Eucharist here.
Anglican TV is going to be streaming today's press conference which should begin at about 4:30 Central / 5:30 Eastern / 22:30 London
UPDATE: We've added links to live blogs of the press conf. by BabyBlue and Matt Kennedy in the comments
UPDATE 2: Link to Integrity's take on the press conf. is now also in the comments, and now the link to Rachel Zoll's AP story.
An audio mp3 file--listen to it all.
link is fixed
Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal - Anglican: Primary Source -- Statements & Letters: Primates Anglican Primates Anglican Provinces Church of Uganda * Resources & Links Resources: Audio-Visual
Watch it all courtesy of Anglican TV
As many of our readers know, Kevin Kallsen of Anglican TV is in Africa to record the consecrations of Bill Murdoch and Bill Atwood in Kenya (today) and John Guernsey in Uganda (Sunday Sept. 2).
His one-hour long broadcast (of a portion of the 4 hour service) from Nairobi today will begin at 1 p.m. Eastern. You'll find it at Anglican TV.
If you appreciate Kevin's service in filming these events, please consider donating to help Kevin's internet costs.
For the record, you can now access all three of the talks by Southern Cone Primate Greg Venables at last week's Network Council meetings. They are available both as videos, and MP3 audio files.
Here's the link for all 3 Bible Studies.
Stand Firm has posted the first two of five clips of a video interview Sarah Hey conducted with Kendall back in April. This elf has watched them both. Sarah's got some great questions and it's a wonderful way to learn more about our favorite canon theologian and blog convener!
Here are the first two links. We'll of course bump this up when the other videos in the series are posted. Each video is about 13-15 minutes.
Video: Kendall Harmon on Leadership, Part 1
Video: Kendall Harmon on Leadership, Part 2
Update: Parts 3 and 4 are now posted:
Kevin Kallsen of Anglican TV is making progress getting the audio and videos from this week's Network Council meetings online. You can find those he's posted and those still yet to come here: http://www.anglicantv.org/blog/index.cfm/ACN-Meeting-2007
Here are a few of the highlights and links:
ACN Council Meeting 2007 Moderator's Address
Bishop Duncan's Monday Morning address to the gathering
ACN Council Meeting 2007 PB Venables Bible Study (#1)
++Venables' first teaching to the gathering, Monday afternoon (Abraham, Genesis 12)
ACN 2007 Final Press Conference
Tuesday afternoon's final press conference. Participants: +Duncan, +Ackerman, +Iker, +Sutton, Thompson+ (Dean of Western Convocation), ++Venables
There's more there, and more still to be posted so check it out.
And if these are a blessing to you, leave a tip for Kevin and Anglican TV if you're able!
Kevin Kallsen has posted a nice set of pictures from the Network Council meetings.
Video stream archives can be found here: http://ustream.tv/channel/acn-council-meeting-2007
See: "Past Clips" -- recommended: last night's press conference (2nd clip from left); Venables III (3rd clip from left).
Imagine the better quality MP3 recordings will be posted at Anglican TV within a few days.
Note, yesterday's "Open Thread" on the Network Council has a lot of info and links in its comment thread, including identification of the bishops in the press conference, etc. http://www.kendallharmon.net/t19/index.php/t19/article/4758
UPDATE: We're playing "name that bishop" -- need some help with 2-3 bishops. Input welcome
Bishops Duncan, Iker and Ackerman discuss the Archbishop of Canterbury, women's ordination, accession to TEC's constitution, and the balance of autonomy and catholicity in the Episcopal Church. (This post originated at Stand Firm).
Video archives can be found here: http://ustream.tv/channel/acn-council-meeting-2007
NOTE: Tonight's press conference is second box from the left under "past clips"
We also recommend "Venables III" -- third box from left
More will eventually be posted at Anglican TV, I'm sure: http://anglicantv.org/blog/
We'll keep this thread on top until tomorrow so folks can find the various news tidbits below.
You can read some of what happened this morning in the comments below.
The Live Feed for the Anglican Council Meeting can be viewed here: http://ustream.tv/channel/acn-council-meeting-2007
Also at Anglican TV here: http://anglicantv.org/blog/ which has LIVE CHAT (text) going on.
Update: Matt K+ has a summary of this morning's session posted now on Stand Firm.
Given the Technical Problems with comments at Stand Firm, we thought it would help to start an open thread for Comments on the Network Council meeting here. So... comment away.
The Live Feed for the Anglican Council Meeting can be viewed here: http://ustream.tv/channel/acn-council-meeting-2007
(Also at Anglican TV here: http://anglicantv.org/blog/)
Or at Stand Firm. Note: I believe articles at Stand Firm are now accessible. It is just comments that are broken
Clips of yesterday's video coverage are online here. See our post below for time stamp details of ++Venables address.
Also, it appears Peter Ould is hosting a chatroom on the live feed of the video over at Anglican TV: http://anglicantv.org/blog/
Go here: http://ustream.tv/channel/acn-council-meeting-2007
And look for the 3 "Past Clips" boxes.
It appears that some of the early morning videos (Bp. Duncan's speech) are still missing.
The box on the far left is the final session of the afternoon and includes Abp. Venables sermon/Bible study in the late afternoon (HIGHLY recommended)
++Venables begins speaking at 41:22 (Slide the button on the play bar to the right to advance the video time count to 41:22)
COVERAGE WILL RESUME TUESDAY AT 9:15 AM CDT (3:15 PM LONDON)
It's been quite an amazing privilege to watch much of the ACN Meeting on Monday coverage live. Abp. Venables' sermon at the end of the day was fabulous. Must watching if at all possible. Note: Anglican TV will be posting MP3 files of most of Monday's coverage as soon as they can. So those who missed the live feed should be able to listen soon.
From Christian Today:
Church Army evangelists can now reach out to a new audience by featuring their videos on popular video sharing website YouTube.
According to Nielsen/NetRatings, YouTube gets almost 20 million visitors each month.
The short story videos featured on the popular website will show Church Army evangelists reaching out to their communities with the gospel. The featured videos focus on the work of a skateboarding evangelist, a former Sikh and others working in urban, inner city and rural settings.
David Coleman, Church Army's Communications Manager comments: "For some time we have been thinking about how more people could get a glimpse into what it is like to be an evangelist in different context today, and YouTube gives us a perfect platform to do just that."
More online videos will be available over the next 12 months, according to Church Army, while they will explore other online opportunities such as MySpace.
To visit Church Army’s page on YouTube, go to: http://www.youtube.com/churcharmy.
[hat tip Pat Dague]
Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal Anglican Provinces Church of England (CoE) * Christian Life / Church Life Parish Ministry Evangelism and Church Growth * Resources & Links Resources: Audio-Visual
You can watch Kevin Kallsen and William Witt's latest discussion of Anglican news here.
Kendall was very quick to get out the news of Ruth Gledhill's interview with Archbishop Peter Akinola, posting the news the evening of July 3rd. When we saw the post the following morning, we added the update indicating that there was more info available on Ruth Gledhill's blog.
We never, however, mentioned that there were several video portions of Ruth's interview with Archbishop Akinola available. So, for those who might have missed them, or might not have had time to watch them yet and would appreciate a reminder, here are the links:
Archbishop Akinola talks about Lambeth 2008 (6 minutes)
Dr Peter Akinola, Primate of Nigeria (4 minutes, he talks about his call to ministry)
Archbishop Peter Akinola and a threat of ritual sacrifice (2 minutes)
[thanks to Scott at Magic Statistics for the nice roundup post which reminded us about the videos]
Filed under: * Anglican - Episcopal - Anglican: Primary Source -- Statements & Letters: Primates Anglican Primates Anglican Provinces Church of Nigeria Global South Churches & Primates * Resources & Links Resources: Audio-Visual
Andy at All Too Common blog has an entry with links to a 5 part presentation by Bp. Keith Ackerman of Quincy on Anglicanism, given at St. David of Wales in Denton, Texas.
Here's Andy's blog entry where you can find all 5 links.
Yikes! Even though he calls them the "Gang of 13" and a "Rogues gallery of the invading army of bishops," Mark Harris' post with pictures of all the US Bishops for overseas' provinces (AMia/Rwanda, CANA/Nigeria, Kenya, Uganda) is worth a look.
Harris has also started reflecting and speculating on what might occur at the September Common Cause Council of Bishops meeting.
The link is here.
Listen to it all and make sure to note the comment of Chris Seitz below the audio link.
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