Inspiration from Christchurch Anglican Bishop

Mar 7, 2012

Following last week’s news that Christchurch’s Anglican Cathedral cannot be saved and is to be demolished, there has been a flow of public opinion. 

It is encouraging to hear once again the Anglican bishop, VIctoria Matthews clearly focus the city on God:

“I don’t actually get up in the morning and wonder what the public opinion is.   I live my life committed to the belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, and I don’t wonder whether that meets with the majority  of public opinion”. 

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