New Zealand Archbishop Gives Wake Up Call

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Anglicans meeting in Gisborne have been told to be ambassadors of hope on issues including proposed mining and to help bring solutions to concerns including alcohol abuse. Archbishop David Moxon told delegates to the Anglican General Synod that there is a need for the Church to take a stand on issues and act on beliefs. To be people with a mission, which is a mission of hope.

"There is a need to look in our country for that which is the common good, said Archbishop David Moxon. "Otherwise there is the chance that hope can be lost, and this can result in a kind of coma where huge opportunities and challenges in our society and environment go either unnoticed, or ignored," said Archbishop Moxon.

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