GAFCON Leaders say no break with Canterbury

May 31, 2018 by

By David W. Virtue, DD When some 2,000 orthodox Anglican leaders meet in Jerusalem two weeks from now, they will once again affirm that they will not break with Canterbury, but at the same time make absolutely clear that the Communion is broken and efforts to fix it by compromising on essentials...

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Gafcon Installs Primate of Anglican Church in Brazil

May 14, 2018 by

From Gafcon website: On Saturday, 12 May 2018, Brazilians  packed the Paróquia Anglicana do Espírito Santo (Anglican Church of the Holy Spirit) to celebrate the launch of the Anglican Church in Brazil and the installation of The Most Rev. Miguel Uchoa Cavalcanti as their first Archbishop and...

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GAFCON: King Jesus Reigns

May 12, 2018 by

by David Virtue, Virtueonline: When some 2,000 orthodox Anglicans gather in Jerusalem next month under the banner of GAFCON — the Global Anglican Futures Conference – it will be a joyful occasion, filled with men and women who love our Lord, want to sing His praises, preach His word...

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Nigerian Primate Says GAFCON Exists Because Some Anglican Leaders Have Rejected Authority of Bible

May 12, 2018 by

by David Virtue DD, Virtueonline: GAFCON chairman and Nigerian Primate Nicholas Okoh says the GAFCON movement came into being nearly ten years ago because godly leaders recognized that the Anglican Communion was being divided by leaders who rejected the authority of the Bible, denied the...

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Gafcon UK offers support to FCA New Zealand after same-sex blessings vote

May 10, 2018 by

from Gafcon UK. Bishop Andy Lines, speaking on behalf of Gafcon UK, said today: We are not surprised, but nevertheless deeply saddened and concerned by the decision by the General Synod of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa to accept Motion 29 and so pave the way for the blessing of same sex...

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Gafcon Chairman’s May 2018 Letter

May 4, 2018 by

from Archbishop Nicholas Okoh, Gafcon. My dear people of God, Next month we are expecting almost 2,000 delegates to gather in Jerusalem for our third Global Anglican Future Conference. I know that those working so hard to organise this great undertaking are very much aware that ‘the time is...

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