Article on the need in Rwanda to make disciples of Christ. Without this, says Archbishop of Rwanda Most Revd. Laurent Mbanda, there will be a drift into Syncretism.
Rev Dr. Noll argues that Bishop Fearon is mistakenly making relationship with Canterbury ‘the unique feature of Anglicanism' rather than biblical orthodoxy.
This article gives a history of Anglicanism in New Zealand, more recent developments regarding plans to bless same-sex couples and how FCANZ have responded.
Some reflections from Gafcon Membership Secretary, Charles Raven following his attendance at the annual Caminemos Juntos conference from 5th - 7th October 2017.
Article reviewing the October 2017 Primates Meeting in Canterbury in light of Resolution I.10 at the Lambeth Conference of 1998.
An interview with Bible translators Ross & Lyndal Webb who are currently working in Vanuatu on why they believe the authority of scripture is so important.
The story of Christ Church Stockport, an AMiE church plant launching in January 2018 in the north of England.
A statement from the Council on BIblical Manhood and Womanhood concerning the biblical position on human sexuality, marriage and gender.
An article explaining how the Archbishop of Canterbury has managed to maintain ties with certain Provinces, despite the Church of England's drift from apostolic Christianity.
The encouraging story of Trinity Church Scarborough, an AMiE church plant in the north of England, written by AMiE Mission Director, Revd. Lee McMunn.
Some personal reflections of the Church of England's July 2017 General Synod, by General Synod member Dr Chik Kaw Tan.
An article on what expository preaching is, how it upholds the authority of scripture and how it is central to the Gafcon movement and wider parish ministry.
The consecration of Andy Lines will not be irregular or invalid, but a response to false teaching, guarding the faith and preventing spiritual harm to faithful Christians.
An article discussing the Scottish Episcopal Church's (SEC's) proposed changes to Canon 31, relating to marriage and human sexuality.
In the final of a series of blogs on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua argues compellingly that the prosperity gospel robs God of his glory.
In the third of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Ken Mbugua argues that the prosperity gospel empties the real, true gospel of it's power.
In the second of four articles, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how the prosperity gospel fails to identify our greatest need.