Association of Evangelicals in Africa: Afroscope Newsletter July to September 2012
GeneralOctober 24, 2012
A Newsletter from The Association of Evangelicals in Africa
Theme: Serving the purposes of God in your generation with integrity of heart and skilful hands.
A theme that served us well at this year’s Governing Council meeting in Dakar, Senegal (28th Sept -3rd Oct) where African Church leaders, Christian Organizations and partners came together to discuss issues of fundamental importance to AEA and its constituents, the Church in Africa.
In this issue we look at the GC meeting in Dakar, where the current General Secretary of AEA Rev. Aiah Foday-Khabenje was unanimously given a fresh 4 year mandate by the Council to serve AEA up to June, 2017.
Key presentations by African leaders, on the theme, reports from various commissions and projects of AEA and resolutions concerning the health of the church in Africa is of focus.
To bring the theme home the Governing council focused on the children of Africa was discussed in greater detail in the Holistic Child Development seminar that preceded the governing council.
Governing Council Meeting
The Governing Council Meeting of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA) took place at Hotel Ngor Diarama in Dakar Senegal on Sunday the 30th September to October 3rd 2012 with close to eighty delegates in attendance drawn from over 30 countries in Africa as well as from the United States of America, the United Kingdom and France. Senegal Minister of Armed forces presided at the ceremony.
The meeting was a success with delegates passing key declarations among them unanimously endorsing Rev. Aiah Foday-Khabenje’(the AEA General Secretary) term to a further 4years (up to June, 2017) while also passing key resolutions that are vital to AEA’s progress and... Read more
Holistic Child Development Seminar
‘Children are like wet cement. Whatever falls on them makes an impression’ Dr. Haim Ginott
During a two day workshop in Dakar ahead of AEA Governing council meeting, the African Church Leaders were challenged to develop models that fit their particular context in the quest to contribute to the holistic development of children for Africa’s transformation... Read more
A Tribute to the late Stephen Mugabi
It is with much regret and sadness that we announce the death of Stephen Mugabi on the 10th of September 2012 after long illness borne bravely... Obituary Funeral Service
WEA Religious Liberty Prayer Release
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 Release is comprised on the basis of different credible Christian based resources... Read more
Barnabas Fund Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church
Prayer makes a difference
In many parts of the world, Christians live around the clock with the threat of discrimination, violence and other forms of persecution. As part of our Proclaim Freedom campaign, Barnabas Fund invites you to join us on Thursday 1 November 2012 for 24 hours dedicated to interceding for our suffering brothers and sisters. As Christians around the world in different time zones follow this prayer guide... Read more
International Day of Prayer for the persecuted church - IDOP
In the traditional church calendar, “All Saints Day” and “All Souls Day” stand out in the month of November, set apart to remember the saints of the church and the souls of those who departed this world. It is fitting, then, that the modern church has set apart the month of November to remember and pray for the persecuted church, through the International Day... Read more
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