(ACNS) Anglican Communion life impeded by insufficient communicators, says Working Group

Posted by Kendall Harmon

The Anglican Communion faces a shortage of qualified communicators, according to an international Working Group on communications. The group—consisting of communications professionals from five continents—concluded that the Communion life was at risk of being detrimentally affected by some Provinces’ inability to source and share their news and stories widely.

“The narrative of the Body of Christ is very powerful,” said group member Revd Dr Joshva Raja “and currently the Anglican Communion is not properly equipped to share that narrative.”

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Posted April 30, 2012 at 3:20 pm

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1. Brian from T19 wrote:

I don’t understand what they’re saying. wink

The view that has been expressed by all the Instruments of Communion in recent years is that <u>interventions are not to be sanctioned</u>. - Archbishop Rowan Williams

May 1, 2:56 am | [comment link]
2. dwstroudmd+ wrote:

Insufficient inadaba insecurity?

May 1, 4:42 pm | [comment link]
3. Pageantmaster ن wrote:

Maybe its the message rather than the messengers?

Some days I sit and think. Other days I just sit!!

May 1, 9:53 pm | [comment link]
4. Pageantmaster ن wrote:

My my - Just look at the attendees - four Brits, a Yank, and a South African who is director of communications for Trinity, Wall St.  There may or may not be a shortage of ‘communicators’, but as usual it appears there is no shortage of paleface representation telling everybody else what to do.

Don’t they get embarrassed?

Some days I sit and think. Other days I just sit!!

May 1, 10:26 pm | [comment link]

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