A look at marriage in an African Christian context by Archbishop Okoh.
Charles Raven's first lecture on the state of the Anglican Communion, focusing on the fall-out from the 1998 Lambeth Conference.
Charles Raven's second lecture on the state of the Anglican Communion, contrasting Archbishops Cranmer and Williams.
Charles Raven's third lecture on the state of the Anglican Communion and the initiation of the GAFCON movement.
A reflection on the tension between remaining in fellowship with other Christians and standing for the truth.
GAFCON 2013 issued this statement on the role of the bishops and called for all bishops to serve in this way.
A statement from GAFCON 2013 on the vital and urgent task of theological education.
Mike Ovey asks whether Global Anglicans will choose the Grace of God or the world of the West with its cheap grace.
Over 1,300 delegates from 38 nations gathered in Nairobi in October 2013 for GAFCON 2. Their mornings together started with sermons from St Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
Over 1,300 delegates from 38 nations gathered in Nairobi in October 2013 for GAFCON 2, just a month after the Westgate Mall attack which rocked the city.
A video recording of Mike Ovey's 'Grace of God or the World of the West?' address at the second global Gafcon conference in 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya.
As part of GAFCON 2013 in Nairobi a number of delegates met to discuss the theme of ‘Gospel and Culture’.
The Great Commission provides the mandate for Church-planting and Evangelism as Richard Coekin explains.
This statement from the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans expresses the truths of the Christian gospel as taught throughout Church history.
Ashley Null looks at the future of the Anglican Communion by surveying its history since the Reformation.