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Hope to the helpless

by Albert Chama, Bishop of Northern Zambia

I expect that the bishops who are coming to the Lambeth Conference are coming with their dioceses in mind. It is an opportunity to look at issues in an open way, with a sense that they are there for their flock, as opposed to driving personal agendas.

The main focus, I hope, will be on discussing matters that will build our Communion for the good of every person who confesses that Jesus Christ is the saviour of the world, and that he came for sinners, and to set the ...

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