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Association of Evangelicals in Africa: Afroscope Newsletter July, August 2014

Sep 5, 2014

God is our Refuge! These words ring ever so true in light of the travails currently facing the world. If it is not an Ebola viral epidemic or doom of a self-proclaimed caliphate of Boko Haram in West Africa, it would be the Islamic State or ISIS movement in Iraq – parading their depravity in front o

Association of Evangelicals in Africa: Updates from Liberia and Sierra Leone

Aug 29, 2014

No doubt, there has been much media hype on the Ebola crisis in the West African region. How we use the information varies depending on the source and we think it is important to remain in touch with the people on the ground, especially within our vast network of Church leaders, who are both victims

Religious Liberty Commission Press Statement From the Evangelical Fellowship of India

Aug 26, 2014

Kandhamal: Never Again On the 6th anniversary of the Kandhamal carnage, the Evangelical Fellowship of India stands in solidarity with the victims of the violence in Kandhamal district of eastern Indian state of Orissa in 2008. Orissa has a long history of anti Christian violence including

Evangelical Alliance of the United Kingdom Press Release

Aug 26, 2014

Nearly three in four evangelical Christians have given a firm thumbs down, in a recent survey, to the notion of Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland breaking away from the UK but were mixed about the UK remaining in the European Union (EU). In the just released results of the Evangelical Alliance

News From the Italian Evangelical Alliance: We Are All "Ns"

Aug 26, 2014

Open-air prayer rally in Rome for the persecuted Christians in Iraq Christian and other minorities are threatened by the ISIS troops in Northern Iraq. Their goal is to establish the Shaaria law and an Islamic state. The homes of the Christians are marked with the letter “N” which is the initial

Refugee Highway Partnership News Update for August

Aug 22, 2014

The Refugee Highway Partnership was birthed from a need to collaborate and communicate among those committed to work among the forcibly displaced. Our regional roundtables during the past several months continue to achieve this mission and a global summit is now in the plans. Also, below you'll find

An Urgent Appeal to Support the Ebola Response in Liberia and the Mano-River Union Sub-region

Aug 22, 2014

The Association of Evangelicals in Liberia (AEL), through its General Secretary, Rev. Isaac S. Wheigar, has made an urgent appeal to the global Christian community to support their initiatives in effectively combating Ebola Outbreak in the country. Despite AEL’s unwavering response to the crisis;

The Assosiation of Evangelicals in Africa's General Assembly is Postponed Due to Ebola Epidemic

Aug 22, 2014

We regret to announce the postponement of the AEA General Assembly which was scheduled to take place in Accra, Ghana on November 23rd-27th, 2014. This is due to the current Ebola epidemic in the West Africa region. Traveling within the region is currently restricted. International conferences in Gha

Association of Evangelicals in Africa's General Secretary Responds to Ebola Outbreak

Aug 5, 2014

Let me take the opportunity to convey the concern and sympathy of the leadership and entire membership of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA) to the church and people of the Mano River Union, currently under the scourge of the hemorrhagic Ebola virus. Our heartfelt condolences to the ber

UK & African evangelical churches appeal to David Cameron over FGM

Jul 25, 2014

Leaders of Christian organisations and churches, representing hundreds of thousands of evangelical Christians, want David Cameron to increase his political influence to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Africa. All the leaders, members of the Evangelical Alliance UK's council