New York, NY - April 28, 2012 Terry Jones, minister of a 25-member congregation in Gainesville, Florida publicly burned a copy of the Qur’an today — as he had warned he would do — an act strenuously condemned by the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). The WEA is the global ass
In the light of certain controversies about Bible translation, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), as a respected and trusted global evangelical association, has been asked to form a panel to independently review Wycliffe and SIL International’s translation of “God the Father” and the “Son of God.
Visit the special page on the South Sudan Tribal Peace Conference New York, NY - March 22, 2012 Under the sponsorship of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), Bishop Elias Taban of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church (EPC) proposes a tribal Peace Conference between the Murle, Lou Nuer and
Exactly one year ago, Egypt experienced the start of a revolution that resulted in the ousting of its former president Hosni Mubarak and changed the nation's political landscape permanently.
The World Evangelical Alliance (www.worldea.org) and Marriage Week International (www.marriage-weekinternational.com) have designated Sunday, February 12, 2012, as a day for the global church to come together in celebrating and encouraging marriage.
The World Evangelical Alliance (“WEA”) and Entrepreneurial Leaders Organization (“ELO”) signed an agreement today to undertake a joint initiative to connect Christian entrepreneurial leaders around the globe for greater impact in the marketplace and beyond.
January 9, 2012 The World Evangelical Alliance (www.worldea.org) and Marriage Week International (www.marriage-weekinternational.com) have designated Sunday, February 12, 2012, as a day for the global church to come together in celebrating and encouraging marriage. &
On November 15th, representatives from the World Evangelical Alliance together with the leaders of the Christian Council of Korea (Rev. Ja Yeon Kiel, President) visited the Panmunjom, the border between North and South Korea.
On Monday, November 14, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) together with the Christian Council of Korea (CCK) held a thanksgiving service and celebration for CCK's hosting of WEA's 2014 General Assembly in Korea. Throughout the first part of the event, presided by the Rev. Jae Ch
The WEA wholeheartedly commends these two statements, issued by Egyptian friends this week. Both statements are an appeal for calm and an attempt to propose solutions to recent problems.