WORLD EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE Press Release June 2, 2007 Christian leaders joined together in Rostock, northern Germany, on Saturday 2 June 2007 to remind G8 leaders of their commitment to the poor and the promises they made to halve extreme poverty by 2015. Geoff Tunnicliffe, head of the World
MICAH CHALLENGE Press Release Saturday June 2, 2007 Rostock, Germany CHRISTIAN LEADERS BLOW THE HALFTIME WHISTLE ON G8
The World Weekend of Prayer for Children at Risk is on June 2nd and 3rd, 2007. This is an opportunity for Christians all around the world to join together and pray for the children who are at risk.
The Pastor who is the principal of the Theological College and two others were asked to come to the Police station regarding a complaint made against them that they have caused destruction to Buddha statues. At the Police station, they were placed under remand custody. The complaint against them was
The British government\'s controversial Sexual Orientation Regulations (SORs) which outlaw discrimination against homosexuals in the provisions of goods and services became law in England, Wales and Scotland on 30 April 2007.
WEA Applauds U.S. Sanctions on Sudan, Urges Multinational Action The International Director of World Evangelical Alliance, Geoff Tunnicliffe, responded to President Bush’s announcement for sanctions on Sudan on Tuesday to help put an end to the conflict in the country’s Darfur r
Head of Theological Commission: Dawkins and Others Resuscitate Old Ideas Tuebingen, May 30 (idea) – A leading evangelical theologian has countered the assault of so-called “new atheists”. The ideas of best selling authors like Richard Dawkins, Christopher Hitchens and
About 3,000 Christians, Dalits, and human rights activists courted arrest in New Delhi yesterday while protesting against violence on Christians and the government’s silence in this regard. The rally called “Stop violence against Christians” held at Jantar Mantar from 10:00
By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth Kendal On 11 May, Muslims in the village of Bimha (or Bamha) in Ayat district (around 70 kilometres south Cairo) left their mosques after Friday prayers, armed and zealous for jihad against the indigenous Coptic Christian community an