Canada's Indigenous Anglicans lay out plan for self-determination

By André Forget
Posted Nov 21, 2016

[Anglican Journal] On Nov. 18, Indigenous ministries and the Anglican Council of Indigenous Peoples (ACIP) laid out concrete steps for how they will continue to pursue self-determination for Indigenous Anglicans within the national church over the coming three years.

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  1. The Rev Canon Dr Malcolm Naea Chun says:

    The search for holy people in our communities goes beyond administration, classrooms, workshops, it is discovering the people who can mend broken lives back together, to heal individuals, families and the community itself so that we can lease the conflict, tension and pain. The essence of those learnings is already developed in a person, our job as indigenous people is to help them shine, enable them to be who they are, to call them to leadership and to recognize the authority God has given them. Going to school is a small part of this process. That would be too easy.

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