The Five Marks of Mission: Three – to respond to human need by loving service

  Anna Saidi pumps clean water from a bore well in Tanzania, built by the Diocese of Masasi with funds donated to the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund and the Government of Canada. In this fourth article in our series of features looking at the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission, the Executive Director … Continue reading “The Five Marks of Mission: Three – to respond to human need by loving service”

The Five Marks of Mission: Two – to teach, baptise and nurture new believers

Archbishop and Primate Justin Badi Arama addresses an Anglican community in South Sudan Photo Credit: ACNS The second Mark of Mission, like the first, flows very directly from Jesus’ Great Commission to all his followers. This is found at the end of Matthew’s Gospel: “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in … Continue reading “The Five Marks of Mission: Two – to teach, baptise and nurture new believers”

The Five Marks of Mission: One – to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom

ACNS, Staff Writer Young drummers and dancers take part in a joyous procession through the streets of Nagpur to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the formation of the united Church of North India. In the second of our series on the Anglican Communion’s Five Marks of Mission, Canon Richard Bartlett, Director of Mission Engagement for … Continue reading “The Five Marks of Mission: One – to proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom”