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- God's Way - Leaders: The special teaching responsibility of ordained leaders within the every-member ministry of the body of Christ, and the need to provide for its continuance.
- God's Way - Women: The unique value of women's ministry in the local congregation but also the divine order of male headship, which makes the headship of women as priests in charge, incumbents, dignitaries and bishops inappropriate.
- God's Way - Marriage: The vital importance of monogamous life-long marriage for the care and nurture of children, and the well being of human society.
- God's Way - Sexuality: The rightness of sexual intercourse in heterosexual marriage, and the wrongness of such activity both outside it and in all its homosexual forms.
- God's Way - Church Governance: The urgent need for decentralisation at national, diocesan and deanery level, and the need radically to reform the present shape of episcopacy and pastoral discipline, to enable local churches to evangelise more effectively.
- Reform Conferences: Downloads from recent Reform Conferences
- Other resources
- Reaching the nation - the local church and the local need
- ReNew Conference 2013: Why bother with the Church of England?
- ReNew Conference 2013: On Marriage, Creation and Redemption
- ReNew Conference 2013: Growing Gospel Churches
- ReNew Conference 2013: Proclaiming the gospel - the urgency of the hour
- ReNew Conference 2013: Defending and Contending for the Gospel
- ReNew Conference 2013: JC Ryle - an Anglican Evangelical Role Model
- Why did you vote against the women bishops measure as it stands?
- Why do you believe what you believe about women bishops?
- The Women Bishops Measure, sex equality and Church unity
- Is it sexist to vote against women bishops?
- How can we go forward as one Church united?
- Women bishops and church unity
- Lorna Ashworth - women bishops and the marginalization of faithful Anglicans
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