Article explaining the history of Anglicanism in Ireland, the situation today and the story of Gafcon Ireland what it hopes to achieve.
Patronising pagan shrines is a sin, and cannot be excused as an acceptable cultural practice for Christians, the Archbishop of Uganda said today, as it is a violation of the sovereignty and...
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.
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.
Receive Christian greetings in the name of Jesus Christ, the Servant King. I am so grateful to you for being faithful in prayer as we met with the other Anglican Primates in Canterbury last month and...
Blog detailing the tour of the place where Jesus was said to have been baptised, Qumran and The Dead Sea.
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”.
Archbishop Okoh explains that it is our great duty and joy to be entrusted with the message of God’s love revealed in Jesus Christ for a broken world.
The GAFCON Primates have now traveled to be in Canterbury with Archbishop Justin Welby and the other Primates of the Anglican Communion.
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.
In the second of four articles, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how the prosperity gospel fails to identify our greatest need.
Speaking at the Cathedral Advent Church in Abuja, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, reminds us that 'through God the victory came' encouraging Nigerians that Easter serves as a reminder that there is hope...
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.