The Plurality of Values will keep going up for some time. However, this trend is probably coming to an end in the next few years. The value competition through Islam might well result in a return to Christian values.
In March 2015, just outside London, wildflowers were emerging from the winter cold and God was moving mightily at the 11th DNA Global Forum: a gathering of DNA trainers, affiliates and friends from all over the world. This year’s group was just over 80 people. They came from 25 countries bearing tes
"If it is possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men:” writes the Apostle Paul in Romans, chapter 12, verse 18. This passage has become the guiding principle of the Entente des Eglises et Missions Evangeliques au Tchad (EEMET), the organization grouping evangelicals in Chad, in i
In December 2014 Micah Network and Micah Challenge merged to form Micah Global. In this transition process a new governance structure is being developed, which includes the recruitment of the position of the International Director for our new network/movement Micah Global. Micah invites applications
We are excited about this first issue of Afroscope as it sets the tone for one of the greatest event in the AEA calendar—The General Assembly. The G.A presents a unique opportunity for ministries, organisations and individual Christians in Africa and beyond to network and take the opportunity for fu
Ten Integral Members are actively responding to Cyclone Pam which has devastated the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu. Integral has now held two teleconferences to coordinate the activities of its Members who are supporting five local partners, and launching fundraising campaigns in their headquart
The Christian community in India is concerned at the intensity of the targeted and communal violence directed against it almost on a pan India basis. Violence against Christians picked up in independent India in the early 1990s reaching its peak in 2008 - 2009 with more than 1000 incidents of violen
Tanauan National High School (TNHS) in Tanauan, Leyte, had 1,400 students before Super Typhoon (ST) Haiyan. Those who returned to resume classes a month after saw their school buildings without roofs. Books and equipment were soaked in the 3 meter storm surge. A tent city now occupied their campus g
On the night of 10th January, 2015, over 17 districts were affected by heavy rains and thunderstorms in the low lying areas of Malawi, especially the Southern region of the country. Malawi’s president, Peter Muntharika, declared 15 of these districts, disaster areas.
In October 2014 fourteen Integral Members joined together for an Integral Response for the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. They have been responding directly, supporting local partners and providing funding for work in Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali and the DRC.