A blog about one delegate who suffered a snake bite one day before 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.
Archbishop Stanley Ntagali of Uganda speaking at Gafcon 2018 and encouraging those who have come from around the world to stand for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
An interview with Richard Leadbeater at Gafcon 2018 about church planting and pushing forward to grow God's Kingdom.
In church planting movements, how do lay people, who often juggle busy non-church jobs, get involved in spreading the kingdom and joining the ongoing discussion about multiplying Kingdom growth?...
The ACNA's Canon Dan Alger is training, equipping, and encouraging church planters across North America to proclaim Christ in and through mission.
Redeemer Anglican Parish is part of the Greenhouse Movement, which began 13 years ago when college students requested that their vicar started a church at their campus.
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...
Archbishop Foley Beach of the ACNA has taught his province the saying, "Forward. Always forward. Everywhere forward." Find out how this pertains now just to a province but the whole Gafcon...
It's the kind of thing that happens at Gafcon: meeting old friends and new ones. The Anglican Church in Brazil is a new province that marks the beginning of just such a new partnership.
Gafcon Ireland marks a turning point in the country's spiritual future, as faithful Anglican communities look towards the future and a vision of bringing the good news to their beloved Ireland....
Despite how you can get involved in the biggest Anglican gathering in 50 years. Everything you need to know can be found here.
In his June letter, Archbishop Okoh talks about GAFCON 2018 and how even those not attending have a vital role to play.
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.
In the second in our series, Jane Tooher explains her experiences of GAFCON 2008 and 2013 and what she's looking forward to about GAFCON 2018.