Iraq Crisis: Canon White interview with Colson Center

Canon Andrew White was interviewed by the Colson Center about the current crisis facing Iraq and its impact on the Christian community there. Canon White was recently awarded the William Wilberforce Award by the Colson Center in recognition of his outstanding service to Christianity internationally and his service to the Middle East. The interview can be viewed below.

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From our own correspondent – BBC Radio 4

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Interview with The Telegraph

Canon Andrew 17 March 2013

Photo courtesy of The Telegraph

Read Canon Andrew’s interview with David Blair for The Telegraph on the 10th Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq.

With the children before Sunday Service

Video by Al Hassan Fahmi

Canon Andrew on 100 Huntley Street

Jerry Johnston speaks with Canon Andrew White about his ministry of reconciliation and conflict meditation in the Middle East.

Originally broadcast on 22 January 2012

Wheaton Commencement Address

Canon Andrew White - Wheaton Commencement Speech - 2012

Canon Andrew recently spoke at the 2012 commencement ceremony for students at Wheaton College, Illinois.

Download Canon Andrew’s speech in PDF format:  Click here

Watch the recording of Canon Andrew’s speech here.

Article in “Chicago Now” here.


Iraq – part of the unreported world

Channel 4 in the UK recently aired this programme in their ‘Unreported World’ Series on the Baghdad Bomb squad. This is both very interesting viewing and a painful insight into the realities of life for the people in Baghdad.

Iraq's bomb squad - Unreported World from Channel 4

Robert Fisk: Under siege but vicar of Baghdad is still spreading the word

Andrew White got his blue Iraqi badge on Wednesday – the pass that allows him to move around Baghdad. The Anglican Chaplain to Iraq supported the US invasion – he still thinks Saddam shipped his weapons of mass destruction off to Syria before the Anglo-American armies arrived – and as someone who used an American pass to get about, the end of the occupation must have contained a special irony. “From the day the Americans left, their passes didn’t work any more. I couldn’t do anything. But now I’ve got the new Iraqi badge. It’s fine.

Read the full article by Robert Fisk in the Independent (7 April 2012)

Life as it is at St George’s in Baghdad

Dutch language news report on St George’s – really, really very good insight into life at St George’s in Baghdad.

Interview with Canon Andrew for Revival Magazine ( Catch the Fire Conference, Toronto)

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