A blog about one delegate who suffered a snake bite one day before GAFCON 2018!
Charles Raven, Gafcon’s Membership Development Secretary, has written a moving and powerful article in the Evangelicals Now newspaper to reinforce the vital work of Gafcon in encouraging us to...
Archbishop Ben Kwashi, soon to be General Secretary of Gafcon, and his wife Gloria have adopted more than 300 children. Read this article to find out why they have done this and what impact it has...
In the first in a series of articles, Rev. Melvin Tinker explains why GAFCON 2008 and 2013 were crucial and what he's looking forward to at GAFCON 2018.
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.
Swahili translation of the final statement of Jerusalem 2018 - 'Letter to the churches.'
Article on the 2,000 strong GAFCON 2018 photo on the temple steps in Jerusalem.
In his July 2017 letter, Archbishop Nicholas Okoh discusses GAFCON 2018 in Jerusalem, and how there is still much to do following the first conference in 2008.
An interview with Richard Leadbeater at Gafcon 2018 about church planting and pushing forward to grow God's Kingdom.
In this blog, Peter Jensen offers some personal reflections on Jerusalem 2018.
A blog about two GAFCON 2018 delegates who find they have more in common than just cricket....
The ACNA's Canon Dan Alger is training, equipping, and encouraging church planters across North America to proclaim Christ in and through mission.
Archbishop Nicholas reflects on the Jerusalem 2018 conference and the final statement that came from it - 'Letter to the Churches - Gafcon Assembly 2018.'
An article summarising the highlights from Wednesday's main session and plenary at GAFCON 2018.
Gafcon 2018 represents a flattening of hierarchy into a grassroots movement, where all people, lay and clergy, are on an equal playing field, working together to bring the love of Jesus Christ to...
As the delegates from Gafcon III return to their home churches, Rev Dr Ed Loane asks whether the conference will make a lasting difference.