John the Baptist was a voice in the wilderness. Relentlessly, he urged people to live the truth of God's word. Boldly, John confronted King Herod about living in an adulterous relationship with his brother's wife (Matthew 14:4). Tragically, instead of repenting, Herod ruthlessly misused his power an
On Sunday, March 13, 2016, we received troubling news on the cowardly attacks at Grand Bassam Beach, in Abidjan. The gruesome attacks, which left 18 people dead and scores wounded, cast a shadow over the whole nation.
Association of Evangelicals in Africa News Updates
Evangelist beaten in Erode, Tamil Nadu Pastor viciously attacked and grievously injured during the church service in Theni, Tamil Nadu Christians attacked in Odisha Women's meeting stopped in Anuppur, Madhya Pradesh Pastor summoned in Doiwala Police station in Deradun, Utt
Read the original article by Evangelical Focus here. A migrant boat arrives from Tripoli / Kate Thomas/IRIN Roundtable meetings in Sicily will bring together experts, organisations serving refugees and churches. The Refugee Highway Partnership in Europe has been offering this pla
We look back at 2015 with a sense of pride in what we, as an Evangelical family, managed to achieve during the year. After holding a successful AEA General Assembly in Zimbabwe, that saw the election of new leadership and our continued efforts in Re
The Evangelical Community in Kenya strongly opposed the Government’s move to implement Religious Societies Rules that they believe would curtail freedom of worship enshrined in the Nation’s Constitution. Evangelical Alliance of Kenya (EAK) Chairman, Bishop Mark Kariuki, said the r
Numerous surveys seek to capture the opinions and practices of evangelicals in the United States. From tithing behaviors to political inclinations, evangelicals are regularly identified in research and polls. Because researchers use different tools to identify evangelicals, resu
Facing the bloody Paris attacks that have mourned France on the night of 13 to 14 November 2015, the National Council of Evangelicals of France (Conseil National des Evangéliques de France, CNEF) wishes to express its compassion and solidarity with the wounded and the families of the victims.
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