New translations of the chairman's letter are to be made available. In addition, Spanish and Portuguese translations of the 2016 end of year review have been created.
Article on the 2,000 strong GAFCON 2018 photo on the temple steps in Jerusalem.
This year, May 29th has been designated as a unique Sunday to pray for the Anglican Communion and give to the work of the larger Church. It is an exciting time to be an Anglican, and an important...
In the third of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Ken Mbugua argues that the prosperity gospel empties the real, true gospel of it's power.
La déclaration finale de Gafcon 2018
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.
Video of Archbishop Glenn Davies commending the consecration of Bishop Andy Lines as a Gafcon Missionary Bishop to Europe.
Charles Raven, the Network Director reports on how the gospel is bearing fruit through the nine networks that were established at the conference in Jerusalem this year.
Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, urges the Nigerian government to address the issue of kidnapping in the country which is on the rise. He also advices the government to review their plan of relocating the...
In this edition, Archbishop Okoh comments on the present challenges in the Anglican Communion and how in response, a Gafcon Panel of Assistance is being established.
Peter Jensen refutes the idea that Gafcon is both divisive and opposed to the Anglican Communion. He also reiterates why Gafcon exists.
Revd Canon Charles Raven, Gafcon's Membership Secretary has written a moving article in the Evangelicals Now newspaper on the recent G19 Conference in Dubai with a particular focus on the suffering...
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 article, Archbishop Peter Jensen explores the distinction between sin existing in the church and doctrine being changed and blessing what God condemns.
Archbishop Foley Beach urges us to not grow weary in our ministries and to trust unswervingly in the One who promises ‘I will not leave you or forsake you’ (Joshua 1:5).
An open letter co-signed by over 50 evangelical leaders. The letter urges the Church of England to commit to a renewed vision, whereby all hear the good news of the Gospel, all are invited to repent...
These five men are standing in the gap for their country, building Christ's Church in Brazil and developing new strategies for reaching those in need of the transforming love of Jesus Christ.
Archbishop Beach addresses the Anglican Church in North America about the upcoming Primates gathering in Canterbury, England.