The article in last week’s Sunday Telegraph by Jonathan Wynne-Jones (Christians ask if force is needed to protect their religious values) is a case-study in bad journalism.
Recently, the evangelical world was rocked by scandal. I remember the last scandals we had on this scale.
The National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka expresses its shock and dismay at the events unfolded in the last few days, turning Sri Lanka into a ‘killing field’
Not all Muslims want to live under Sharia Law (the constitution of politicalIslam).
The Association of Evangelical Churches in St. Vincent and the Grenadines plans to divide the country into eight
Sri Lanka is fast turning into a killing field with hundreds of civilians being killed day after day.
The following letter was written by Micah Challenge Council Member Steve Bradbury to the Treasurer of calling on
In summary, Australian media reported that on 9 October a 17-year-old girlnamed Kaihana Hussain was attacked with a knife by her father
Jesus through his words to Peter in Matthew 16:13-20 indicates that the Church has a spiritual authority in the world to \'bind\' and to \'loose\' (v19) in accordance with the Sovereign will of God.
The Pastor of the AOG Chruch in Yakkala reports that the congregation was able to meet together for worship last Sunday 5th November 2006, without any obstruction or attack.