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.
GAFCON is a movement within the Anglican Communion to call it back to the Bible and to the great task of making disciples by preaching the gospel in all the world.
An article summing up GAFCON 2018 in Jerusalem.
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.
The Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) was held in June 2008. Over eleven hundred Anglican bishops, clergy and laity met for a week in Jerusalem.
Article about Eliab Bakatagura, a lay Canon and a Gafcon delegate from Ankole Diocese, Uganda. He shares his experiences of the GAFCON 2018 Dead Sea Tour.
In the first of a series of blogs on the reformation, Peter Jensen writes on the sinfulness of the human race and the danger of the soul.
Blog article on how a potentially serious disagreement between two Gafcon Primates was saved by wine...
In this blog, Peter Jensen explores the term 'homophobia', arguing that whilst Christians have been guilty of unkind attitudes, bullying and discrimination toward homosexuals, this word is being...
Revd Philip de Grey-Warter shares his experiences of GAFCON 2018.
In this article, Peter Jensen explains what the word 'unity' means in its true biblical context. Arguing that some have wrongly interpreted it's meaning, he states that there cannot be unity with...
A personal account from a delegate about why her Dad was right about persuading her to attend GAFCON 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.
In this blog, Dr Peter Jensen considers whether the current focus on sexuality hinders our presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Peter Jensen refutes the idea that Gafcon is both divisive and opposed to the Anglican Communion. He also reiterates why Gafcon exists.