Retired Archbishop (former GAFCON Chairman) urges South Sudanese leaders to preserve lives of citizens
The Retired Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya and leader of All Africa Conference of Churches to South Sudan has urged the political leaders of South Sudan to preserve lives of citizens...
Charles Raven, Gafcon’s Membership Development Secretary, has written a moving and powerful article in the Evangelicals Now newspaper to reinforce the vital work of Gafcon in encouraging us to uphold...
He discusses the challenges that the churches in New Zealand face in the wake of the ACANZP's vote to bless same-sex relationships.
In this blog, Dr Peter Jensen considers whether the current focus on sexuality hinders our presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Last week AMiE, the Anglican Mission in England launched a program to plant 25 AMiE churches by 2025 and 250 by 2050. This week a new church in Scarborough is confirmed.
First it was journalist Andrew Brown at The Guardian, then Ruth Gledhill at Christian Today and now John Bingham of the Telegraph, quoting the Queen’s address to the Church of England General Synod,...
Statement from Bishop Andy Lines following the Church of England's guidance on liturgies to celebrate gender transition
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.
A first-hand account of the enthronement of Archbishop Justin Badi Arama.
A statement from Gafcon General Secretary, Peter Jensen, on the death of Mike Ovey.
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 fourth...
AMiE (Anglican Mission in England) is a fellowship of faithful Anglican churches committed to Gospel mission. AMiE held their latest conference in March for around 70 people to hear the Bible taught...
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.
In the first of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how this gospel promotes a small, and false, god.
The GAFCON General Secretary Peter Jensen makes a statement congratulating Jackson Ole Sapit on his election to be the next Primate of the Anglican Church of Kenya.
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...
Blog detailing the tour of the place where Jesus was said to have been baptised, Qumran and The Dead Sea.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh reflects on the Arian heresy, it's relevance to the recent SEC vote on marriage and the consecration of Canon Andy Lines.