In light of Parliament’s decision today not to open the marriage debate, The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada (EFC) affirms that it will continue to maintain
We hope you enjoy this fourth joint newsletter from our Socio-Political Team. With best wishes, Gordon Showell-Rogers EEA General Secretary
Pakistan\'s presidential election is due in late 2007 and national and provincial elections will be held soon after. As such, 2007 will be a year for election campaigning and maneuvering.
On 1 February 2005 Nepal\'s King Gyanendra, backed by the Nepalese Army, dismissed the Prime Minister and his government, seized absolute power in a bloodless coup and declared a state of emergency.
At approximately 8 pm, the Church came under attack with some persons throwing rocks at the Church. The Pastor and a Church worker were inside the Church at that time. They heard an explosion and glass shattering from the front of the Church. Later they found that the front window was broken and th
Way back in 1988, a Latin American theologian, Valdir Steuernagel, wrote a doctoral thesis where he explored the theme of the social implications of the gospel, taking a statement which is made in the Lausanne covenant on social responsibility.
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada’s (EFC) Religious Liberty Commission (RLC) today applauded Prime Minister Harper for his stance on religious freedom issues in China and Vietnam.
Evangelicals have received some negative press this fall. The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada continues to respond to commentaries and stories that distort what we believe,
While the Pastor was preparing for the Sunday morning worship service, he noticed that his congregation members were not present.
The township of Rhini clings to the hills surrounding Grahamstown, South Africa.