A special edition featuring GAFCON’s new leaders Archbishops Foley Beach and Benjamin Kwashi.
The most significant movement within the Anglican Church globally is GAFCON, representing 50 million of the world’s 70 million Anglicans.
GAFCON aims to remain faithful to Jesus and the scriptures, and not follow the cultural winds.
The GAFCON Primates Council resolved last week in Sydney to hold a global conference of bishops just six weeks before the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lambeth Conference. Read the communique HERE.
The new GAFCON Bishops conference will serve Bishops who won’t participate in Lambeth because of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s decision to invite Provinces which have formally abandoned the teaching of Jesus in the area of sexuality.
The new leaders of GAFCON, Primate’s Council Chair, Archbishop Foley Beach (of the Anglican Church in North America) and General Secretary Benjamin Kwashi (of Jos, Nigeria) sat down with Dominic Steele to talk about their heart as pastors and the future of GAFCON and the Anglican Church.