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 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?...
In the first of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how this gospel promotes a small, and false, god.
Some reflections from Gafcon Membership Secretary, Charles Raven following his attendance at the annual Caminemos Juntos conference from 5th - 7th October 2017.
Redeemer Anglican Parish is part of the Greenhouse Movement, which began 13 years ago when college students requested that their vicar started a church at their campus.
Lorna Ashworth offers some personal reflections following the CofE General Synod, which took place between 13th - 17th February 2017.
Gafcon Ireland reports on the two-day residential which was held for over 50 church leaders who are proclaiming the Gospel, partnering with faithful Anglicans, planting churches and preparing...
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.
Archbishop Foley Beach of the ACNA has taught his province the saying, "Forward. Always forward. Everywhere forward." Find out how this pertains now just to a province but the whole Gafcon...
As part of Gafcon's Global Mission Partnerships Network, the Rev Justin Clifton from ACNA and founder of 'United Adoration', brings us the latest news from their most recent worship retreat.
A statement from the Council on BIblical Manhood and Womanhood concerning the biblical position on human sexuality, marriage and gender.
Gafcon Ireland marks a turning point in the country's spiritual future, as faithful Anglican communities look towards the future and a vision of bringing the good news to their beloved Ireland....