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Gafcon is a prophetic movement, putting the Bible back at the heart of the Anglican Communion, but above all it is a spiritual movement and I am delighted to introduce a weekday devotional 'Lift Up Your Hearts'. These devotionals will greatly enrich our common life and I urge you to share them widely!

During Lent Faith McDonnell, one of the two Suffering Church Network leaders has been writing a special series of daily Lift Up Your Hearts devotions which focus our thoughts and prayers on the suffering church.

From Easter, on Monday 13th April, Revd Canon Dr Ashley Null will be writing the devotions. Dr Ashley Null is an award-winning writer and has spoken at every Gafcon gathering since the beginning in 2008.

Archbishop Ben Kwashi
Gafcon General Secretary

23rd January 2020
Cyril became Bishop of Jerusalem in 350 and is known for his systematic catchesis which he used to instruct new converts to Christianity in the essentials of the faith as part of their preparation...
22nd January 2020
Irenaeus, born around 130 to a Christian family, was a disciple of Bishop Polycarp in Smyrna, who had himself been a disciple of the Apostle John. After a persecution decimated the church in Gaul,...
21st January 2020
Irenaeus, born around 130 to a Christian family, was a disciple of Bishop Polycarp in Smyrna, who had himself been a disciple of the Apostle John. After a persecution decimated the church in Gaul,...
20th January 2020
Augustine was born in north Africa to a pagan Roman father and a Christian Berber mother. He spent his youth as a true pagan and in his Confessions, describes his time in a heretical sect in Rome...
17th January 2020
Clement was a leading member of the church in Rome in the late first century, becoming the bishop of that large congregation in 88. In his letter to the Corinthinians, the earliest authentic...
16th January 2020
Cyril became Bishop of Jerusalem in 350 and is known for his systematic catchesis which he used to instruct new converts to Christianity in the essentials of the faith as part of their preparation...
15th January 2020
Irenaeus, born around 130 to a Christian family, was a disciple of Bishop Polycarp in Smyrna, who had himself been a disciple of the Apostle John. After a persecution decimated the church in Gaul,...
13th January 2020
Hippolytus was a presbyter of the church at Rome at the beginning of the third century and one of the most important theologians and the most prolific religious writers of his generation. He wrote on...
10th January 2020
Irenaeus, born around 130 to a Christian family, was a disciple of Bishop Polycarp in Smyrna, who had himself been a disciple of the Apostle John. After a persecution decimated the church in Gaul,...
9th January 2020
Gregory Nazianzen was ordained in 372 as the bishop of a small town in Asia Minor. A strong supporter of the Nicene Creed, Gregory confronted the Arian heretics who were threatening to create...
8th January 2020
Hippolytus was a presbyter of the church at Rome at the beginning of the third century and one of the most important theologians and the most prolific religious writers of his generation. He wrote on...
7th January 2020
Leo the Great, a native of Tuscany, was elected bishop of Rome in 440 and is perhaps best known for meeting with Attila the Hun in 452 and persuading him to turn back from his invasion of Italy. The...
6th January 2020
Peter Chrysologus was Bishop of Ravenna from about 433 until his death some twenty years later. He is known primarily for his very concise but theologically rich reflections on Scripture ("...
3rd January 2020
Gregory Nazianzen was ordained in 372 as the bishop of a small town in Asia Minor. A strong supporter of the Nicene Creed, Gregory confronted the Arian heretics who were threatening to create...
2nd January 2020
Hippolytus was a presbyter of the church in Rome at the beginning of the third century and one of the most important theologians of his generation. He wrote on a broad range of topics including Old...
1st January 2020
Peter Chrysologus was Bishop of Ravenna in northern Italy from about 433 until his death some twenty years later. He is known primarily for his very concise but theologically rich reflections on...
31st December 2019
Athanasius, an African of Coptic background, attended the First Council of Nicea as a secretary and in 328 was made the Bishop of Alexandria at the age of thirty. A brilliant theologian, the young...
30th December 2019
Hippolytus was a presbyter of the church in Rome at the beginning of the third century and one of the most important theologians of his generation. He wrote on a broad range of topics including Old...

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