The Archbishop of Canterbury is going Green!

 

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ABC The Archbishop of Canterbury visited the Green Anglicans conference in Lusaka for over two hours this afternoon.

The Young People made presentations on the Environmental Challenges they face in Southern Africa, water, waste, deforestation, air pollution, soil erosion, poor farming methods. They used music, drama, interviews and pictures to explain the challenges.

They asked the Archbishop to take these issues to ACC and to take up these issues in the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop Justin said that the young people see things that so many people especially the older people are refusing to see, they are the prophetic eyes.
He said that the two key issues that the world faces are Environmental Challenges and Interfaith Violence. If we do not tackle these issues then we will leave a destroyed world for our children and grandchildren.

He proudly sported a Green Anglican tshirt

 

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