said the acquisition of McDowell Scheduling creates an unparalleled advantage for Gafcon
in the industry.
* Furniture, Fixtures & Equipment Project Manager: Eloisa Raymundo, Gafcon
In organizers' words, GAFCON
seeks to restore good order, theological integrity and biblical faithfulness.
Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury and leader of the world's 77 million Anglicans, said the Gafcon
plans were "fraught with difficulty".
When asked why he thought other GAFCON
primates stayed on, Hiltz said it had a lot to do with Welby's "perseverance in helping us to have the difficult conversations" and "the overall will of the meeting...to stay together.
confession" reminds us that one of the major actions of those Anglicans who met in Jerusalem at GAFCON
was to establish a "Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans." The question, of course, is how common and widespread that confession can be for all Anglicans.
During the selection process for the job, Gafcon
openly shared its work philosophies with the GCCCD, which was crucial to its success.
News that Bishops David Parsons and Darren McCartney of the diocese of the Arctic attended the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON
) in Nairobi in the hopes of creating partnerships to help with the diocese's debt crisis (see p.
The deliberations of the 2008 Lambeth Conference were undercut by the boycott by the most polarized provinces--Nigeria, Uganda, Rwanda, and (largely) Kenya, which together include about 30 million Anglicans--and by the confrontational stands taken by them and others at the Global Anglican Future Conference (GAFCON
) that preceded Lambeth.
In the latest sign that the Church is facing a potentially irrevocable split, members of the Gafcon
movement (Global Anglican Future Conference) established the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans.