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GAFCON Chairman calls for Repentance as 38 Primates meet in Canterbury

GAFCON Chairman calls for Repentance as 38 Primates meet in Canterbury
ADNA Archbishop Foley Beach's presence poses major threat to liberal provinces

January 5, 2016

Dear Clergy and Laity of the Anglican Church in North America,

I and the other GAFCON Primates are preparing for the upcoming gathering of the Primates of the Anglican Communion later this month.

I will have more to say as the meeting approaches, but as many of you have asked how you can help and pray, I wanted to make sure that you received this latest communication from GAFCON Chairman, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala.

The Most Rev. Dr. Foley Beach

Archbishop and Primate
Anglican Church in North America


Dear Supporter,

Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. I pray you will take a moment to read this important message.

GAFCON was formed in 2008 to guard and proclaim the unchanging, transforming Gospel through biblically faithful preaching and teaching which frees our churches to make disciples by clear and certain witness to Jesus Christ in all the world.

Sadly, that truth continues to be called into question in the Anglican Communion and I am writing to invite you to partner with us as a decisive moment approaches.

I write to make you aware that the Archbishop of Canterbury has called together all the Primates of the Anglican Communion for a meeting in Canterbury 11th - 16th of January 2016. At this gathering a basic church-defining principle will be at stake:

Will Christ rule our life and witness through His word, or will our life and witness be conformed to the global ambitions of a secular culture?

Together, by the grace of God, we are praying that the Communion will emerge from its current crisis repentant, renewed and restored for its global mission of proclaiming the gospel which is good news for all people, in all places and at all times.

This is the hope and testimony of the GAFCON Primates as they approach this gathering.

So please do stand with us in this historic task by urgent prayer and practical support. The following link provides details on how you can stand with us at this crucial time in history: http://www.gafcon.org/crossroads

Thank you so much for your partnership in the longing we share to see Christ glorified in his church.

Yours in Christ's service,

Archbishop Eliud Wabukala,
Primate of Kenya and Chairman of the GAFCON Primates' Council

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