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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 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.
The Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll has published a full commentary on the 'Letter to the Churches' from the third Gafcon gathering in Jerusalem.
The Christian owners of a bakery in Northern Ireland have won their appeal in the so-called "gay cake" discrimination case.
Former Gafcon Chairman Archbishop Eliud Wabukala and Chairman of the Kenyan Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) releases a Bible-based guide to help defeat corruption.
Charles Raven, the Network Director reports on how the gospel is bearing fruit through the nine networks that were established at the conference in Jerusalem this year.
Gafcon Ireland recently came together in Belfast for an evening to remember GAFCON III in Jerusalem and to share with others what happened during that memorable week.
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.
Gafcon Ireland churches make a bold stand contending for the uniqueness of Jesus Christ after a senior Muslim politician delivered a 'sermon' at Waterford Cathedral.
Anglican Communion Politics Casts Shadow Over Celebrations in Chile.
In this special Advent letter, Archbishop Okoh encourages us to use this season to renew our courage, and look up and look forward.
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...
The Rt Rev Andy Lines, Gafcon's Missionary Bishop to Europe, issues a statement following the Church of England's announcement from the House of Bishops on liturgies to celebrate gender transition.
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 last blog as General Secretary, Dr Peter Jensen characteristically places the gospel at the heart of his message.
In this month's Chairman's letter Archbishop Okoh urges faithful Anglican Bishops to think twice before accepting an invitation to attend Lambeth 2020.
When the boundary markers of biblical and apostolic faith are set aside, confusion enters the Church. 
A Letter from Churches in Restricted Situations following the G19 Conference in Dubai: 25th February – 1st March 2019

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