We encourage you to personally pray for the care of creation on September 1st. Organize a prayer meeting focused on creation care at your church, in your small group, or just among a few friends. If you are not able to lead a group or join a group, share specific creation care needs and concerns wit
In June a new United Nations Special Rapporteur for Religious Freedom or Belief has been appointed to succeed Prof. Dr. Heiner Bielefeldt. We want to use this opportunity to look back on his mandate and to appreciate his action for the benefit of freedom of conscience and religion.
In order to care for the vulnerable, we have to start with the biblical basis for caring for those who are suffering or disadvantaged. Here’s what we learn from the book of Isaiah:
Along the dusty roads in Bukavu Eastern Congo (DRC), tiny women walk huddled over with 30kg loads of firewood. They are human beasts of burden forced into this tough work because they are victims of poverty and violence. Many have been raped, some are widows, which means they face social rejection a
At the invitation of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (PCID), on the occasion of the fifth anniversary of the document “Christian Witness in a Multi-Religious World: Recommendations for Conduct,” officials from the Roman Curia and the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Italy, represen
WEA Expert on Human Trafficking and Freedom of Religion Re-Elected as President of the International Society for Human RightsJul 18, 2016
The International Council of the International Society for Human Rights (ISHR) unanimously re-elected Thomas Schirrmacher for a second term as president at its two-day session in Bonn, Germany.
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) supports the Evangelical Alliance of the United Kingdom (EAUK) in their call for unity and reconciliation after the UK voted to leave the European Union. The EAUK issued the following statement:
WEA Searches for New Head of Alliance Development Department, Accepts Applications Until July 11th, 2016Jun 23, 2016
The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is looking for a new head for its Alliance Development Department. The role is key to accomplishing WEA’s mission of establishing and strengthening regional and national Evangelical Alliances, who in turn enable their national Church to advance the Good News of J
In response to recent inquiries about WEA’s stance on the current presidential elections in the United States, the WEA reiterates its non-partisan approach to political issues. As an association, the WEA includes a wide range of denominations, churches, and organizations in the United States and in