On 14th August 2019 the Gafcon Branch in Tanzania was launched, with eleven bishops in attendance, ten serving and one retired, including two former Primates. Their communique marks an historic...
It's the kind of thing that happens at Gafcon: meeting old friends and new ones. The Anglican Church in Brazil is a new province that marks the beginning of just such a new partnership.
Archbishop Okoh discusses the recent Church of England House of Bishop's report on marriage and same sex relationships and pays tribute to Dr Revd. Mike Ovey.
The Anglican Leadership Institute is a ground breaking training initiative by the Diocese of South Carolina, formed in response to a call from Bishop Mark Lawrence to equip a rising generation of...
In his October letter to the family of faithful Global Anglicans, the Chairman brings his greetings from Wittenberg and celebrates 502 years since the Reformation. He focuses on the new Church of...
“Let goods and kindred go, this mortal life also. The body they may kill; God’s truth abideth still”.
Today at a press conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, Archbishop Foley Beach, spoke on behalf of the Gafcon Primates Council and introduced the new Missionary Bishop.
Andy Lines, on behalf of Crosslinks, welcomes the new Kenyan Primate The Rt. Rev. Jackson Ole Sapit and thanks the outgoing Archbishop, Eluid Wabukala, as he retires, for his service and friendship.
Reflections from a number of delegates from Ireland on the Jerusalem 2018 (Gafcon III) conference.
Some personal reflections of the Church of England's July 2017 General Synod, by General Synod member Dr Chik Kaw Tan.
Peter Jensen speaks with Dominic Steele on the outcomes of the Primates 2016 gathering.
Our General Secretary, Dr Peter Jensen, has written a series of reflections following the January 2016 Primates Gathering on the fundamentals underpinning the basis of our faith. This is the last in...
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.
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.
The bodily resurrection of Jesus from the dead is a glorious reality. It is a fact of history and the experience of every believer. It is God the Father’s verdict that our sins have been fully and...
In this blog, Dr Peter Jensen considers whether the current focus on sexuality hinders our presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
This article in the Evangelicals Now newspaper reflects on the recent G19 Dubai conference from the perspective of Anglican churches facing persecution.
A first-hand account of the enthronement of Archbishop Justin Badi Arama.