"I find it unfortunate that Keith Nunn, in a letter to the editor ('Misguided campaign', Sept. , p. 4) seems to have misunderstood the intentions of the Anglican Communion's 10-day global prayer initiative, Thy Kingdom Come. The campaign did not propose the type of harsh religious intolerance and volatility that he suggests. Thy Kingdom Come invited Christians to pray as the first disciples did, with expectation and anticipating the strengthening of the Holy Spirit for the work of the church. This highly successful campaign saw more than 100,000 people in 85 countries participate, including numerous bishops, dioceses, parishes and individuals here in Canada". "The Anglican Fellowship of Prayer (AFP), which exists to serve, support and encourage prayer, was pleased to participate and promote Thy Kingdom Come". "As a member of the AFP, and a doctoral student focusing on prayer, I would be happy to continue the discussion with Mr. Nunn, or anyone else with such concerns, at their convenience".