Here is an update from the GAFCON leadership on progress toward a statement. This item will be point of contention with the rest of the Communion:
There is also agreement that more permanent structures need to be established for those faithful Anglicans who live and serve in provinces that have abandoned the traditional teaching of the Bible.
Yesterday seems to have passed uneventfully, at least as far as the mainstream media are concerned. Thinking Anglicans has a round up. To which we'd add this tiny item from the Dallas Morning News religion blog: If Time is right, the war of words over the role of gays in the Anglican Communion will continue ad nauseum -- with nothing, really, being decided as a result.
And don't miss this statement from the head of the Church Army, a leading Anglican mission agency with a significant evangelical constituency, expressing his distress at the failure of Archbishops Peter Akinola and Henry Orombi to clearly condemn violence against gay people.