The Church in Community Department works with Evangelical Alliances and the broader WEA family, providing programs and resources to enable them to develop healthy disciple-making churches that make a difference in their communities.
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Bible Engagement is the process whereby people receive and interact meaningfully with the Word of God. Through the Bible, we get to meet and and know the living God as well as understand the unfolding story of his mission and redemptive plan for humanity. He is the source of life that we need. That is why Jesus declared, “The Scriptures say, ‘People do not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God’” (Matthew 4:4 NLT).
Family Challenge is a global strategic collaboration which aims to transform communities around the globe by partnering with the church to build families according to God’s design and equip families to be agents of change, impacting their communities for Christ
The Global Generosity Network (GGN) is a joint initiative between the Lausanne Movement and the World Evangelical Alliance to encourage evangelical Christians to better stewards of their resources, live more generously and give more of their income to Kingdom causes where it is most needed.
The GGN challenges the global Church towards whole-life discipleship that includes radical generosity and wise stewardship. The GGN believes that such generosity will result in a dramatic increase in giving to Christian causes and especially to global mission where it is most needed.
Pastoring of Pastors seeks to help pastors be healthy, understanding that a healthy pastor is the principal key to a healthy church which in turn, is the key to a healthy community or city.
The Women’s Commission is a global network seeking to equip and empower women and girls to be a compassionate prophetic Christian voice – identifying and addressing the unique needs of women around the world.
The Women’s Commission provides an internationally respected voice and platform for 300 million women of the Church across 129 nations, as it partners with other organizations for the benefit of women world-wide.
Reaching the world for Christ has long been the cry of the church. But, often we have lost sight of Jesus’ command to “let the children come to Me” (Matt 19:14 ). Now, with over one-half the world under the age of 25, it is clear that, if we are to reach the world, we must reach youth. Yet, youth materials and programs are sparse in most countries.
Experience has shown that building youth ministry networks is the most effective way to leverage our resources. The need is for each nation to find leaders with a passion to reach every young person for Christ and then to equip them to network their ministries to become a movement of God’s Spirit that multiplies worldwide.