Archbishop Ben Kwashi, soon to be General Secretary of Gafcon, and his wife Gloria have adopted more than 300 children. Read this article to find out why they have done this and what impact it has...
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.
In his article for the Evangelicals Now newspaper, Charles Raven discusses what role money plays in the continuing struggle for biblical faithfulness in the Anglican Communion. The sharp warning...
In the second in our series, Jane Tooher explains her experiences of GAFCON 2008 and 2013 and what she's looking forward to about GAFCON 2018.
A light-hearted look at the fashion trends on show at GAFCON 2018!
An article discussing the Scottish Episcopal Church's (SEC's) proposed changes to Canon 31, relating to marriage and human sexuality.
What is it like to be evicted from your church building in order to stay faithful to the authority of Scripture? The Gospel Coalition speaks to Anglican pastors in Canada who took the courageous...
In the first in a series of articles, Rev. Melvin Tinker explains why GAFCON 2008 and 2013 were crucial and what he's looking forward to at GAFCON 2018.
Archbishop Stanley Ntagali of Uganda speaking at Gafcon 2018 and encouraging those who have come from around the world to stand for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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.
This article in the Evangelicals Now newspaper reflects on the recent G19 Dubai conference from the perspective of Anglican churches facing persecution.
Rev Dr. Noll argues that Bishop Fearon is mistakenly making relationship with Canterbury ‘the unique feature of Anglicanism' rather than biblical orthodoxy.
In the first of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how this gospel promotes a small, and false, god.
In church planting movements, how do lay people, who often juggle busy non-church jobs, get involved in spreading the kingdom and joining the ongoing discussion about multiplying Kingdom growth?...