Peter Jensen asks whether committed relationships between two Christians of the same sex are acceptable. He argues that western churches have drifted from truth on this issue.
The story of Christ Church Stockport, an AMiE church plant launching in January 2018 in the north of England.
During this Advent Season we shall be preparing for the joyful celebration of the first coming of our Lord Jesus, but let us also rejoice that we have the promise of his second coming in glorious...
The Gafcon Chairman reflects on the joy of the G19 conference in Dubai at the end of February, and discusses how the unfolding Lambeth 2020 story shows that "so called ‘good disagreement’ produces...
In part 3 of our series looking forward to Gafcon 2018, Winnie Njenga shares her reflections on the previous conference in Nairobi, Kenya in 2013.
We acknowledge that God is the Creator of the whole cosmos and of humankind. Male and female, God created them in his own image and likeness to know him, worship him and share in his glory and love.
The Primate of All Nigeria, His Grace Nicholas Okoh, has called on Nigerians to embrace integrity, restore values and shun corruption in the New Year.
The Gafcon Bishops Training Institute held its fifth training conference (BTI5) from 14th -23rd May in Nairobi, Kenya with 22 bishops and 18 wives attending from Australia, Madagascar, South Sudan,...
An interview with Richard Leadbeater at Gafcon 2018 about church planting and pushing forward to grow God's Kingdom.
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali and a Gafcon UK leader call on the Archbishop of Canterbury to rebuke the Scottish Episcopal Church following a reading from the Koran.
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 fifth in...
The Provincial clergy conference organised and hosted by the Most Rev Dr Jackson Nasoore Ole Sapit Archbishop of Kenya was a five-day program from the 19th to 23rd August 2019.
“Let goods and kindred go, this mortal life also. The body they may kill; God’s truth abideth still”.
Peter Jensen reflects on the life and work of William Tyndale, whose belief in the clarity of scripture led him to translate the Bible into English.
The Archbishop of Uganda, Stanley Ntagali, welcomes the new Kenyan Primate The Rt. Rev. Jackson Ole Sapit