Moment & Prayer
The Gafcon Theological Education Network is led by Dr Peter Jensen. The purpose of this network is to give every bishop in the Anglican Communion access to excellent theological education.
Anglican Aid (Sydney) launched a Bible Student Sponsorship plan in 2020.
The training of evangelists in Goma diocese, DR Congo, follows a pattern. There is a temporary training school;
In the Anglican Church in Brazil their church planting and evangelism is based on a ‘House of Peace’ strategy.
In Toliara Diocese in Madagascar there have been thousands of conversions this year and thirteen church plants.
In Mombasa Diocese, Kenya, the Bishop invited Anglican Missions Africa to run two courses, one for pastors on ‘Healthy Church’ and another for evangelists on ‘Urban Mission’.
The Anglican Church is growing very fast in Toliara Diocese in southern Madagascar.
On Sunday, August 22, the Church of the Holy Spirit (Diocese of Recife, Anglican Church in Brazil) celebrated its 25th anniversary.
The Anglican Church in Nepal is growing fast. In twenty-one years, they have gone from having three Anglican churches to ninety-two.
In the Archdeaconery of Binza, in the diocese of Goma, DR Congo, they have recently completed a portable training course for evangelists.
In Nepal Covid-19 has been devastating in the last few months.
On July 25, the Catedral Espírito Santo (Cathedral of the Holy Spirit) in Recife (The Anglican Church in Brazil), celebrated 'Yes Sunday' (confirmation).
Gafcon Tanzania has partnered with Anglican Aid, Sydney, to build extra capacity at three Bible Colleges and in sponsoring forty students to begin their theological study this August.
In Myanmar the Christian Karen people are in particular danger.
Getch Temere, who is from Tigray, Ethiopia, is living under asylum in the U.S. and he attends an Anglican Church in North America church.
The Tigray region in Ethiopia is on the brink of famine following eight months of civil war.
The GAFCON fellowship began in 2003 and has provided a rallying point for faithful Anglicans from around the world.