Tag Archives: Republic of Georgia

Intercessions for our Planet, from Aotearoa / New Zealand and from the Republic of Georgia

A gift of congregational prayer from Lynne Frith of Aotearoa/New Zealand One: Let us pray for planet earth and for all living things. We pray that there will be careful use of the earth’s resources, that forests, waters, soil and … Continue reading

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Light to the Nations — Epiphany News from Republic of Georgia

Often I post here news from the Republic of Georgia sent by Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili. This simple news story shared by him from Christmas day reminds me of the power of that small manger birth to change the world. Such … Continue reading

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An Honor for Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashivili

It is wonderful when a friend is celebrated — a member of the body of Christ. We are all celebrated. Friend and often contributor here is Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili of the Evangelical Baptist Church of the Republic of Georgia. Archbishop … Continue reading

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Archbishop Malkhaz Songhulashvili — Statement against Homophobia in the Republic of Georgia

This is is second of two statements by Baptist Archbishop Malkhaz Songhulashvili against phobias in his beloved Republic of Georgia. This beautiful statement which speaks to global concerns responded to violence in May and has just now been made available … Continue reading

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Archbishop Malkhaz Songhulashvili on Islamophobia in the Republic of Georgia

This is the first of two statements by Baptist Archbishop Malkhaz Songhulashvili on phobias in the Republic of Georgia. They have just become available in English. This first respond to an event of Islamophobia in Apriland the statement that I … Continue reading

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A Letter to My American Friends from Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashvili

Historically Chechens and Georgians have been enemies. Our enmity was heightened by their religious difference as Muslims and Orthodox Christians respectively and also by brutality committed by Chechens in recent wars in Georgia.  When the refugees fled Russia during the … Continue reading

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“Tales of Canterbury” an eyewitness reflection by Archbishop Malkhaz Songulashivili

What follows is a wonderful reflection on the enthronement of the Archbishop of Canterbury three weeks ago. Please enjoy these “tales” not only for a very personalized view (the dressing room!!) of that momentous event but for the humor, insight … Continue reading

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