It is true. Blogging will never be the same again. I will need to be even more diplomatic than I have, ahem,
mostly tried to be. But I will keep blogging even though this is now my life
. The ways of God are mysterious and I never thought I would reach this day, but it has come to pass
- thanks be to God.
This is great news Peter! God bless you in your new ministry. And please don't stop the insightful commentary on here :)
Ahh Congrat’s Peter!! I had my suspicions but they were only that : ) ... it is nice to hear some good news. As for diplomacy, I would say you are very well equiped in that field...
Very good news Peter - may God's peace and wisdom continue to be with you. Learne
Hi Peter; what an excellent choice. Congratulations.
Thanks Hirini, Jean, Learne, Nick
Congratulations Peter. The Diocese is in good hands. God's blessings on you and your ministry.
The LORD be with you, Peter!
Enjoyed worship with a lovely bunch of folk at St David’s in Christchurch on a family visit last May.
Love in Jesus,
Gene (who is not the other one).
Another funny hat for Peter! ;-)
The Communion is blessed to have another neutestamentler, not just porphyrogenitus, but wearimg the purple himself.
Thanks Shawn, Gene, Bowman!
You have now joined the ranks of the blogging bishops. A rarified crowd. congratulations.
Hope you will still find time for ADU - your posts, and the variety of responses have been and are helpful for stimulating my thinking... Blessings!
Congratulations from Canterbury England Peter!
Peter: Wonderful news! You will bring great blessings to the tasks you will undertake, and I hope you will continue to think out loud on your blog. We could all use a bit of sanity out here in the messy world of Anglican doings. Best to you and your family and church.. Mark
Thanks John, Jonathan, Mark
I will do my best to contribute to Anglican sanity :)
Congratulations on your new calling, Peter. I will be praying for you throughout this week that the Lord will grant you strength, wisdom, encouragement and all material resources to preach, teach, counsel and plan for His Kingdom, so that more and more people in the diocese will believe and trust in Christ.
Thanks William - your prayers are coveted!
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