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Bishop Daniel Abot

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The Right Rev’d Daniel Abot is Bishop of the Duk Diocese in the Episcopal Church of South Sudan. After 14 years in Toowoomba, he was elected Bishop and was consecrated in November 2014.

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“If there is smoke in your house, make sure there is smoke in your neighbour’s as well”

“Every time a family meal is prepared, it is essential that extra is made to have ready for anyone who might come to visit unannounced, so there is plenty to share. Our children are taught this from a young age and are expected to always make extra if they cook. It is a great embarrassment to not have enough for visitors. It does not matter when they arrive – there should always be something to share,” says Resource Church Specialist, Bishop Daniel Abot

(L-R) Resource Church leader The Very Rev'd Dr Peter Catt, Executive Director of Parishes and other Mission Agencies Commission Dr Stephen Harrison, Resource Church specialist Bishop Daniel Abot and Resource Church specialist Michelle McDonald meeting in the Cathedral office in May 2021
Features

Eight Resource Church Specialists share stories and resources

Our Diocese’s eight Resource Church Specialists tell us about their current projects and activities and the highlights of their roles so far, while also sharing resources for parishes and ministries to use and adapt

Reflections

Cultivating a greater sense of belonging

“As part of my Resource Church activity there are many, many personal interactions with parish leaders and parishioners who call asking for help with practical matters, prayer and general support…I am so happy to be an instrument of grace in a rich project-based role for the Anglican Church Southern Queensland so I can help to build God’s kingdom,” says Bishop Daniel Abot

Reflections

From 'Lost Boy of Sudan' to Bishop to counselling undergrad

“During my month-long trip, people in the Kenyan refugee camp thought that as I was returning from the Western world that I had everything to solve their problems, but I could not overcome the massive difficulties my people now had. As a result, I felt a huge burden of guilt! I recognised that I needed some help,” says Bishop Daniel Abot