We encourage Anglican Christians everywhere to understand the faith of Muslims, to love them, befriend them, and witness to them.
The latest Pastoral Letter from Archbishop Eliud Wabukala, Chairman of the GAFCON Primates
You do not need me to tell you that the faithfulness and integrity our beloved Anglican Communion been assaulted on a scale that would have been unimaginable even a generation ago..
Did you miss GAFCON or are you a delegate already getting nostalgic?
The official conference document from GAFCON 2013
The second Global Anglican Future Conference, which concludes this weekend in Nairobi, resolved to expand its leadership role in supporting and recognising Anglicans in places where Biblical faith has been compromised.
There is a battle for Britain in our own day, a battle for the heart and the soul of Britain.
"My east African brother asked "Which gospel do you westerners want us to believe?" Mike Ovey's plenary on day 2 of GAFCON 2013
GAFCON has released the video of the speech given by Dr Peter Jensen, to the luncheon in Nairobi during the Archbishop of Canterbury's visit.
Appeals to scriptural authority and the urgency of a revival that spread across East Africa characterized the opening session of the Global Anglican Future Conference.
Leaders of the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON) refuted characterizations in the western press of the gathering as a breakaway movement, at the opening news conference.
Thousands packed multiple services at Nairobi's All Saints Cathedral on the eve of the Global Anglican Future Conference (Sunday 20th October).
As delegates start arriving for GAFCON 2013, the Chairman welcomed Primates and the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury will visit GAFCON primates just before the opening of GAFCON 2013 in Nairobi.
We have seen a manifestation of evil in this city, but my prayer for our conference is that it will be a manifestation of the presence of God in the power of the Holy Spirit.
As I write, we are now only two months away from GAFCON 2013 and I am confident that this will be another wonderful and historic occasion.
Archbishop Ntagali has backed GAFCON 2013 and likened it to the East African Revival.
Here in Nairobi we are preparing with great anticipation for our second Global Anglican Future Conference.
The Second Global Anglican Future Conference will be held in Nairobi, Kenya, 21st-26th October 2013.
The theme is ‘Making Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ.’