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WEA Peace, Reconciliation and Social Justice Conference in Chisinau Seeks to Launch Regional Network

May 12, 2017

The World Evangelical Alliance’s (WEA) newly launched Peace & Reconciliation Network (PRN) is co-hosting an Eastern European Conference on Peace, Reconciliation and Social Justice in Chisinau, Moldova, on May 17-22, 2017. Focused specifically on the unique context of CIS1 countries, the conference a

Peace for the Ukraine: A Conference Co-Hosted by WEA's Peace & Reconciliation Network

May 8, 2017

There is no other Christian feast as important as Easter in the Orthodox world of Eastern Europe. Millions flood the Churches, fast, pray and celebrate. This Easter PRN together with our Ukrainian Member «Bearers of Peace» conducted a conference on peace in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev. 130 delegate

How Will Your Church Participate in #WorldRefugeeSunday on June 18 & 25?

May 3, 2017

Over 65 million people have been forced to flee their homes in what has become the biggest refugee crisis that the world has ever known. Today, 1 in every 113 people worldwide are forcibly displaced, the majority of whom are women and children. The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) calls on churches

WEA Now Five Years Active in the Human Rights Council of the U.N.

Apr 21, 2017

During four full weeks of March the U.N.’s Human Rights Council met at its base in Geneva, Switzerland, discussing a myriad of questions that haunt the ordinary people throughout the world. And it was not business as usual due to the many cracks of violence in the world of today. But perhaps most ur

New Issue of Evangelical Review of Theology Focuses on Business

Apr 19, 2017

In his commentary on Ephesians, Tom Wright says that “we are co-creators when we are artists, writers, and musicians.” As part of proclaiming the good news of Jesus, we want to show people how God values and empowers our daily work.

Missions: A Surprising Place to Break the Glass Ceiling - by Dr. Brian Stiller

Apr 17, 2017

Ruth Thomson stepped into society as a debutante in a white gown at the Governor General’s Ball. She was nineteen in 1959, her family part of Rosedale, Toronto high society, and attending a private school. But her grand entrance and privilege didn’t forecast her life.

Religious Liberty Partnership Holds First Ever Consultation in Latin America; Meets with Brazilian President and Foreign Minister

Apr 17, 2017

The Religious Liberty Partnership (RLP) just concluded its annual consultation last week in the Brazilian capital city of Brasilia, with 80 key leaders from 24 countries participating. The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) was represented by its Religious Liberty Commission, its International Institu

Easter Greetings from the WEA

Apr 17, 2017

For those who claim Jesus as Lord, we should not be surprised that Holy Week has been characterized by dramatic events. Sisters and brothers killed in church bombings while children parade carrying palm branches; small and large communities gathered to wash one another’s feet and to share a meal; sa

A Different Kind of Gang Leader - by Dr. Brian Stiller

Apr 10, 2017

Do you want to hear a story that will moisten the eye of even the most cynical? This dramatic and hopeful saga is located in Ghana West Africa. I want you to read this remarkable story, for too often we learn of billions wasted – mostly money given government to government – lost in gaping holes of

World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) offers to send peace representatives to all governments and religious bodies in conflict with Evangelicals

Apr 10, 2017

At the end of his speech on principles of peace-making at a Vatican conference on “Ethics in Action,” Prof. Thomas K. Johnson, WEA Ambassador to the Vatican, asked the photographers to come to the front. He then publicly shook hands with the Iranian Shiite Ayatollah Mostafa Mohaghegh Damad, a promin