Gafcon Australia's statement in response to the Australian Appellate Tribunal, which voted that the proposed Liturgy to bless same-sex unions is not in conflict with the Church's teaching on...
Robert Tong, Assistant Leader of the Gafcon Lawyers Task Force, analyses the ruling of the Anglican Church of Australia's Appellate Tribunal on the introduction by two Australian dioceses of...
Moment: The Church of England’s Living in Love and Faith teaching and learning resources are going to be published on Monday November 9th. They are intended to inform a process of learning and...
The Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans New Zealand (FCANZ) response to the Motion 29 Working Group Interim Report.
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.
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...
Archbishop Peter Jensen challenges the idea that in regard to the Bible's teaching on same-sex marriage, it is possible to hold a 'middle ground' position.
The Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) was held in June 2008. Over eleven hundred Anglican bishops, clergy and laity met for a week in Jerusalem.
In this article, Archbishop Peter Jensen explores the distinction between sin existing in the church and doctrine being changed and blessing what God condemns.
A look at marriage in an African Christian context by Archbishop Okoh.
The consecration of Andy Lines will not be irregular or invalid, but a response to false teaching, guarding the faith and preventing spiritual harm to faithful Christians.
Statement from Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans - New Zealand (FCANZ) following the General Synod's decision to bless same-sex relationships.
In January this year, the Primates of the Anglican Communion were summoned by the Archbishop of Canterbury to a meeting. So serious is the crisis in the Communion about the authority of God’s
The Global Anglican Future Conference opened on Sunday with a reflection on the history of the turmoil that has necessitated the meeting, and a call to rescue the church.