Day 4 of GAFCON is one I will remember for the rest of my life. We went to the temple steps for the conference photo - all 1,950 of us. And in the process we sang Amazing Grace, and read Psalm 122. It was an incredibly moving time. as we stood at the temple steps... Continue Reading →
The third day of GAFCON 2018 was challenging. You can find my reflections on Day 1 and Day 2. For me, the third day revolved around The Importance and Cost of Mission. The foundational truth of the resurrection provided the spectacular backdrop. With the risen Jesus, those who belong to Jesus will have victory (c.f.... Continue Reading →
Yesterday was the first of a special series of posts to report on GAFCON 2018. The first was entitled The Importance and Cost of Faithfulness. It is fitting to summarise Day 2 under the title of "The Importance and Cost of Repentance". Speaking from Luke 23:26-47, Rev Richard Coekin from England spoke passionatelyabout the priority... Continue Reading →
A summary from the inspiring challenge of GAFCON 2018, Day 1. The Gospel must be preached faithfully to the nations, and it will entail knowing the importance and cost of being faithful.
This year is the 30th anniversary of the landmark address given by Phillip Jensen at the U.K. Proclamation Trust's Evangelical Ministry Assembly, titled. It is entitled "The Theological Necessity for Pragamatism" (though this wouldn't fit on something called a tape, so the official title is "We Must be Pragmatic"). The talk is brilliant, in my view,... Continue Reading →