11th July 2016
Jesus says ‘Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed’. Our Chairman Archbishop Okoh reminds us that this promise should be a powerful encouragement to us as we press on to preach the...
8th July 2016
Following his enthronement as the sixth Archbishop of Kenya on Sunday 3rd July in All Saints’ Cathedral, Nairobi, the Most Rev Jackson Ole Sapit met with the GAFCON Primates who had travelled from as...
28th June 2016
There can be no compromise on issues that affect our eternal destiny. The myth of the 'third way' on the doctrinal issues concerned with human sexuality has been exposed by Dr Martin Davie and in...
27th June 2016
Is there a biblical argument for a third way between the conservative and liberal approaches to the issue of human sexuality? Martin Davie explores this highly debated issue in context of biblical...
27th June 2016
President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended outgoing Anglican Archbishop Eliud Wabukala for his great and wise leadership which has ensured peace and harmony among Christians and Kenyans.
23rd June 2016
Archbishop Foley Beach, Primate of Anglican Church North America, presents his annual address on the state of the province to Provincial Council 2016.
22nd June 2016
The Chairman and fellow Primates of the GAFCON Council are pleased to announce that the third GAFCON conference will be held in Jerusalem in 2018.
4th June 2016
May the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, give you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him! As the new Chairman of GAFCON I greet you in Jesus’ name and thank...
31st May 2016
Want to know why GAFCON exists and what it's relevance is within the Anglican Communion? Listen to Dominic Steele interview Peter Jensen on these areas.
27th May 2016
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...
23rd May 2016
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.
23rd May 2016
The Most Revd Dr Foley Beach, Archbishop of the Anglican Church in North America, welcomes the new Kenyan Primate The Rt. Rev. Jackson Ole Sapit.
22nd May 2016
The Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali, welcomes the new Kenyan Primate The Rt. Rev. Jackson Ole Sapit
20th May 2016
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.
9th May 2016
Bishop Wallace Benn, a member of the Anglican Mission in England's Panel of Bishops, affirms that true unity is unity in apostolic faith and practice. Attempts to undermine apostolic faith by appeals...
22nd April 2016
We the Primates of the Global Anglican Future Conference met in Nairobi, Kenya from April 18-21, 2016. We give thanks for the gracious hospitality of the Anglican Church of Kenya, their Primate, the...
21st April 2016
The local expression of the GAFCON movement in New Zealand, the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans NZ (FCANZ), has been launched. Over 500 Anglicans from across New Zealand met in Christchurch and...