The WEA TC held a Mini-Consultation on the topic, Theological Reflection on Religious Fundamentalism as a Global Issue, in which key note papers were delivered by Professor Yusufu Turaki and Dr Rolf Hille, supported by three other papers by Dr Matt Cook, Dr David Parker and Dr Claus Schwambach, with
The WEA TC, in conjunction with World Vision, , held a workshop on HIV and AIDS September 20-21, 2006, led by Dr Ken Gnanakan and Dr Danny McCain with about 15 other local participants. At the conclusion, the following statement was prepared for international circulation.
The Evangelical community across the Caribbean is deeply concerned about the proposal to license sex workers in the region for the Cricket World Cup. We are unalterably opposed to such a move. Our position is taken on these grounds:
In 1979 Pakistan\'s military dictator Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq launched his program to Islamise Pakistan. The first step was the introduction of Hudood Ordinance.
Jesus loves the nations. So much so, that he died for them. He also loves it when we love the nations. Sometimes it is difficult for us to express this love because of our natural ethnocentricity. One way of experiencing God\'s heart for the nations is through praying for them.
Under the authority of local church government and in support of it, spiritually and socially mature women are needed to contribute to the healthy life and growth of the Body of Christ, serving and shepherding other women according to the biblical pattern. When women are cared for and nurtured spiri
This comprehensive posting on the rising ethnic-religious tensions in Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of two parts: an examination of the present situation, and an overview of the history that has created its context.
Action International Ministries, a mission of 206 missionaries, has manyopportunities in evangelism, discipleship, and development to take thegospel (salvation by faith in Christ alone) and compassionate care to the104 million orphans of the world and the 160 million street children.Millions of thes
One of our staff members engaged in humanitarian relief work in Mulaitivu in the North-east is missing since the 4th of September 2006. This 21 year old young man was abducted while traveling to Kilinochchi.
During the past 3 months, the security situation in Sri Lanka has deteriorated rapidly with fighting between the Sri Lankan Government forces and the LTTE intensifying. Although both the Sri Lankan Government and the LTTE have officially not withdrawn from the CFA (Ceasefire agreement), heavy art