General Secretary's Blog
Archbishop Benjamin Argak Kwashi has been General Secretary of Gafcon since the start of 2019. He became the third bishop of the newly created Anglican Diocese of Jos in 1992, and in 2008, he was consecrated Archbishop of Jos Province in the Church of Nigeria. He is the author of several books such as Evangelism and Mission: Biblical and Strategic Insights for the Church Today. He is married to Gloria and they have six children, one of whom is also a priest. They have 50 orphans living with them in Jos, Northern Nigeria and another 470 at their school. You can watch the interview with Ben and Gloria at Jerusalem 2018 here to find out more about their experience of Gafcon since it began:
Archbishops Foley Beach (Gafcon Chair) and Ben Kwashi (Gafcon General Secretary) speak about GAFCON IV 2023 and invite you to join together with your brothers and sisters at this much...
This week brings into sharp relief all that Jesus has been doing and teaching. It leads to these last few days where we see the full extent of our rebellion towards God. He has made us, and we are...
In this last blog as General Secretary, Dr Peter Jensen characteristically places the gospel at the heart of his message.
In his latest blog, Archbishop Peter Jensen discusses who is really to blame for the brokeness of the ordinary structures of the Anglican Communion in light of the decision made last week by the...
In this blog, Peter Jensen offers some personal reflections on Jerusalem 2018.
In this article, Archbishop Peter Jensen explores the distinction between sin existing in the church and doctrine being changed and blessing what God condemns.
Peter Jensen asks whether committed relationships between two Christians of the same sex are acceptable. He argues that western churches have drifted from truth on this issue.
In this blog, Dr Peter Jensen considers whether the current focus on sexuality hinders our presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Peter Jensen discusses how all attending GAFCON 2018 will bring the "special gift of fellowship" and how those not attending still have a crucial role to play.
Peter Jensen refutes the idea that Gafcon is both divisive and opposed to the Anglican Communion. He also reiterates why Gafcon exists.
Archbishop Peter Jensen reflects on Jerusalem 2008 and Nairobi 2013, explaining why Future Conferences are so important. He concludes by looking forward to Jerusalem 2018.
Archbishop Peter Jensen challenges the idea that in regard to the Bible's teaching on same-sex marriage, it is possible to hold a 'middle ground' position.
In this blog article, Peter Jensen discusses the current divisions in the Anglican Communion, why such division matters so much and how Gafcon should respond.
In his fourth blog marking the 500th anniversary of the reformation, Peter Jensen considers martyrdom, and how the Oxford Martyrs gave their lives for the true, biblical gospel.
Peter Jensen reflects on the life and work of William Tyndale, whose belief in the clarity of scripture led him to translate the Bible into English.
In the second in his series of blogs marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Peter Jensen reflects on a favourite bible verse - 1 Timothy 1:15.