Bishop Festus Asuamah led a church planting workshop in his diocese of Sunyani, Ghana.
"In this time of Advent when we wait for the long expected Jesus, we remember and walk with the Suffering Church around the world in peaceful trust, joyous reflection and hopeful waiting for that...
Gafcon has today launched a dedicated YouTube channel. The article gives details about how it may be accessed and recommends videos to watch.
Former Gafcon Chairman Archbishop Eliud Wabukala and Chairman of the Kenyan Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) releases a Bible-based guide to help defeat corruption.
Statement on The Episcopal Church (TEC) taking part in decision making on issues pertaining to polity and doctrine in Lusaka, thus breaking agreement made at 2016 Primates meeting.
What is the link between a kangaroo and the advance of the Gospel? Find out how Australia's delegation to Gafcon 2018 is reminding us that the Gospel always moves forward.
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...
A letter printed in the Irish Times in response to the open letter from liberal Irish clergy urging the Irish bishops to reject the election of David McClay as Bishop of Down and Dromore due to...
Retired Archbishop Livingstone Nkoyoyo died on 5th January 2018 aged 80. Rev. Dr. Stephen Noll has written a tribute to the former Primate of Uganda.
Gafcon’s Missionary Bishop for Europe Andy Lines’ responds to the Bishops of the Church in Wales’ decision to explore ‘formal provision’ for same-sex couples in church.
Amidst the differences among the nations represented at GAFCON there is a universal recognition that there can always be a drift away from faithfulness