The purpose of the WEA Religious Liberty Prayer Release is to keep you informed and mobilized in prayer and intercession for the needs of justice and religious liberty in the Church around the globe, so that we can stand together for the work of the Kingdom and the healing of the Nations. The Prayer
The United Nations' (UN) Universal Children's Day, which was established in 1954, is celebrated on 20 November each year to promote international togetherness and awareness among children worldwide. UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, promotes and coordinates this special day, which also wor
Pray for the newly-formed Evangelical Disaster Response Network (EDRN) through the leadership of Bishop Ef Tendero, who have met to strategize on how they can be effective in disaster response. These faith-based relief and development organizations were able to identify the areas in Visayas where th
Latest figures, which are changing daily, estimate that 11.3 million have been affected by this devastating cyclone. Approximately 670,000 people are displaced, and estimated fatalities are at least 10,000. Initial rapid assessments are on-going and many areas remain inaccessible. Bad weather is als
On the 8th November 2013 one of the most powerful typhoons (category 5 with winds up to 235mph; waves over 19ft) on record hit The Philippines, with the most severe damage being Tacloban City.
Despite the existence of democracies around the world, religious freedoms have not increased but have clearly gotten worse, in the recent past. The WEA RLC believes that religious liberty is the foundation for all other human rights and therefore must be protected and promoted.
Last week the Court of Appeal in Malaysia ruled that non-Muslims could not use the word "Allah" to refer to God, overruling a High Court decision in 2009. In 2008, the Malaysian government threatened to withdraw the publishing license of The Herald, the newspaper of the Roman Catholic Church, over t
“We need to understand that poverty will not be eradicated in this life. However, it does not mean that we must not do our utmost to feed them. “ ~ Bennie Mostert
At least 62 people have been killed and 175 injured in an assault by militants on a shopping centre in Kenya's capital, Nairobi. This tragedy has left both the local and international community in a state of despair and shock. That armed gunmen would storm a mall, in one of the safest neighborhoods
The WEA joined other world church bodies in calling for prayer for Syria last Saturday. Evangelical friends of the WEA have suggested further extra focused prayer and fasting for the nation, her people, and the whole region on Sunday 15th September. The WEA warmly commends to the whole global Church