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Egypt: keeping the Copts subjugated

May 30, 2007

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

India: Christians write to PM on priest attacks

May 30, 2007

By Sonal Kellogg New Delhi: In an open letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and president of the Congress party Sonia Gandhi, the president of the All-India Christian Council, Joseph D\'Souza, has questioned the UFA government on its silence despite the number of attacks on Christian pasto

“World Refugee Sunday” Event Seeks To Engage People of Faith on Refugee Issues

May 28, 2007

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WASHINGTON D.C., May 20, 2007 – A core group of evangelicals is gearing up for a global event designed to “rouse the conscience of the Church” on the refugee issue. “World Refugee Sunday”, a project promoted by the Refugee Highway Partners

Belarus: Christian Facing Deportation

May 25, 2007

Dear Friends,We are appealing for your prayer and support for Jaraslau Henryhavich who faces deportation from Belarus by 7 June. He is a Polish citizen, his wife and 2 young children are Belarussian. His “crime” is undermining national security through interdenominational activities!Jar

Pakistan in Crisis: Situation Critical

May 22, 2007

By: WEA RLC Principal Researcher and Writer, Elizabeth KendalIn Pakistan sectarian tensions are soaring, persecution of Christians is intensifying, lawlessness is increasing, security and liberty are failing fast, Islamisation and Talibanisation are taking root in Islamabad, and in the midst of Mush

Caribbean: Regional Prayer Summit in Barbados

May 22, 2007

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE USE Bridgetown, : Delegates from ten nations assembled in May 02-05, 2007 for the first Caribbean Prayer Summit. Times of exalted worship and deep intercession interspersed the times of training and interaction. Identificational Repentance played a key role throughout

Caribbean Youth Network Being Formed

May 22, 2007

PRESS RELEASEFOR IMMEDIATE USE Cole Bay , St. Maarten: The Evangelical Association of the Caribbean has taken a huge step forward in developing a Caribbean Youth Network. Youth leaders representing EAC member-bodies from around the region gathered in Cole Bay , St. Maarten to

Micah Challenge - Pentecost Appeal 2007

May 21, 2007

Prayer and ReflectionFriday May 18, 2007 Welcome! We hope you will enjoy using these reflections with us! Pentecost Appeal 2007 Dear Friday Prayer subscribers We need your help to electrify Micah Challenge this Pentecost! Communication is electricity for our movement but the flow is weak witho

WEA International Director Concludes East Asia Tour

May 16, 2007

Geoff Tunnicliffe, International Director of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), returned to Canada Sunday, after completing his trip to East Asia . The trip to East Asia began on May 7 in Thailand, where Tunnicliffe met with the leaders of the Evangelical Alliance regarding its pre

WEA Director Solidifies Plans for General Assembly 2008 in Thailand

May 16, 2007

On May 7, the WEA International Director Geoff Tunnicliffe met with the leadership of the Evangelical Fellowship of Thailand to solidify the plans for the General Assembly 2008 in Thailand. During his brief visit to Thailand, Tunnicliffe finalized many details for this important gathering where t