The Gafcon Chairman reflects on the joy of the G19 conference in Dubai at the end of February, and discusses how the unfolding Lambeth 2020 story shows that "so called ‘good disagreement’ produces...
In this month's Chairman's letter Archbishop Okoh urges faithful Anglican Bishops to think twice before accepting an invitation to attend Lambeth 2020.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh wishes the Gafcon family a Happy New Year, welcomes Archbishop Ben Kwashi as the new General Secretary and looks ahead to the conference next month in Dubai.
In this special Advent letter, Archbishop Okoh encourages us to use this season to renew our courage, and look up and look forward.
In this month's letter, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh focuses on how the Gafcon global family can help the Episcopal Church of South Sudan, in the challenges that it faces due to the ongoing suffering...
He discusses the challenges that the churches in New Zealand face in the wake of the ACANZP's vote to bless same-sex relationships.
Archbishop Nicholas reflects on the Jerusalem 2018 conference and the final statement that came from it - 'Letter to the Churches - Gafcon Assembly 2018.'
In his June letter, Archbishop Okoh talks about GAFCON 2018 and how even those not attending have a vital role to play.
This edition of the letter discusses the great hope of the Easter message - Jesus death and resurrection and it's importance for the Gafcon movement.
In this edition, Archbishop Okoh comments on the present challenges in the Anglican Communion and how in response, a Gafcon Panel of Assistance is being established.
Discussion of the Church of England Evangelical Council's statement: '‘Gospel, Church & Marriage: Preserving Apostolic Faith and Life’, which affirms the BIble's teaching on marriage and...
Archbishop Okoh looks to the year ahead, in particular the 'wonderful opportunity' afforded by the Gafcon Conference in Jerusalem, 'to take another step along the road of renewing the Anglican...
Archbishop Okoh celebrates the recent Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) service. It also reflects on the wider importance of AMiE in a context of theological liberalism.