The European Evangelical Alliance, an Alliance of 35 national Alliances and 12 Christian agencies, held its General Assembly in Warsaw, Poland, in partnership with the European Evangelical Missionary Alliance and the Hope for Europe Round Table, from Oct. 17-21, 2006. The following are excerpts from
WARSAW, Poland -- The European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) and European Evangelical Missionary Alliance (EEMA) General Assemblies closed on Friday evening, with the launch of the Polish Evangelical Alliance\'s ?Year of Evangelical Christians\', and a firm reminder that there is still great hope for E
Tensions are rising across the Horn of Africa - there is death and danger.Irredentist Somali Islamists have declared jihad against Ethiopia.
The 2006 European Evangelical Alliance and European Evangelical Missionary Alliance General Assemblies and EEA Youth Forum kicked off on Tuesday evening with an opening address by the European Union’s Polish Commissioner, Dr. Danuta Hübner, who encouraged attendants to engage in the dialogue a
The 2006 EEA (European Evangelical Alliance) and EEMA (European Evangelical Missionary Alliance) General Assemblies opened in Warsaw, Poland on Oct. 17 with an opening address by the Polish Commissioner at the European Union, Dr. Danuta Hübner. The follow
\'\'I believe there is a responsibility for those who work closely with local people to understand where we are as a community. The responsibility and the future of Europe is our common responsibility.\'\'
In Minsk today, some 180 Protestant Christians are on a hunger strike, protesting repressive government actions against them and Belarus\' lack of religious liberty.
The Prayer Centre was set on fire during the night by unidentified persons. Some of the items including an electronic keyboard, carpet and mats were stolen. Bibles and hymn books were burnt. Thankfully the fire had not spread. The interior of the building was also desecrated with human waste.
A shocking killing on the east coast of Australia, in Queensland\'s popular Gold Coast region, illuminates the great and urgent need for rigorous, open debate on what Western religious liberty means for Muslim immigrants, and what Islam\'s rejection of apostasy means for Christians in terms of conve
The Micah Challenge strategic planning meeting ended on Thursday 5th October in Lilongwe , with a call to churches in the nation to Stand Up Against Poverty and release their potential to act as the primary agents of poverty reduction in their communities.