New York, NY - November 14, 2015
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is grieved by the multiple attacks in Paris and Beirut that reportedly took some 170 innocent lives and wounded many more. Bp Efraim Tendero, Secretary General of the WEA, said: “We condemn these coward acts of terrorism in the strongest terms and express our deepest condolences and solidarity with the people of France and Lebanon at this difficult time.”
“We echo the words of our brothers and sisters in France who said: ‘France is not alone! At this time, millions of Christians around the world are praying for our country.’ Yes, we are praying for France and Lebanon, and we call on churches around the world to join us,” Bp Tendero continued. “Pray for hope, pray for healing, and pray for wisdom as the two nations seek the right way forward.”
> Faced with the Attacks: Let Us Pray for Our Country and Its Authorities - statement by the Conseil National des Evangéliques de France, WEA’s national member body
> Face aux attentats : prions pour notre pays et ses autorités - communiqué du Conseil National des Evangéliques de France
Over two billion Christians in the world today are represented by three world church bodies. The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is one of those, serving and representing more than 600 million evangelicals. Launched in 1846 to unite evangelicals worldwide, the WEA continues to be a dynamic movement with 7 regional and 129 national Evangelical Alliances, and over 150 member organizations. WEA's mission is to speak as a trusted voice, to equip members and leaders for global impact and to connect its members and others for common action in the furtherance of God’s reign. For more info e-mail at [email protected] or go to Worldea.org.