Gafcon has today launched a dedicated YouTube channel. The article gives details about how it may be accessed and recommends videos to watch.
An interview with Bible translators Ross & Lyndal Webb who are currently working in Vanuatu on why they believe the authority of scripture is so important.
An article on what expository preaching is, how it upholds the authority of scripture and how it is central to the Gafcon movement and wider parish ministry.
An article discussing the Scottish Episcopal Church's (SEC's) proposed changes to Canon 31, relating to marriage and human sexuality.
Following the decision of the synod of the Anglican Diocese of New Westminster to authorize the blessing of same-sex unions, J.I. Packer shares why he walked out.
In the final of a series of blogs on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua argues compellingly that the prosperity gospel robs God of his glory.
In the third of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Ken Mbugua argues that the prosperity gospel empties the real, true gospel of it's power.
In the second of four articles, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how the prosperity gospel fails to identify our greatest need.
Peter Jensen reflects on the life and work of William Tyndale, whose belief in the clarity of scripture led him to translate the Bible into English.
In the first of four articles on the prosperity gospel, Revd. Ken Mbugua explains how this gospel promotes a small, and false, god.
In the second in his series of blogs marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, Peter Jensen reflects on a favourite bible verse - 1 Timothy 1:15.
In the first of a series of blogs on the reformation, Peter Jensen writes on the sinfulness of the human race and the danger of the soul.
Archbishop Okoh explains that it is our great duty and joy to be entrusted with the message of God’s love revealed in Jesus Christ for a broken world.
In his Advent letter, Archbishop Okoh reminds supporters of our core mission and reflects on what has already been achieved. Whilst there have been numerous encouragements, there is still much to...