Displaying 2331-2340 of 2562 result(s).

Malaysia bans more books deemed prejudicial to public order

Jul 13, 2006

Once again, Malaysia\'s Internal Security Ministry has used the Printing Presses and Publications Act of 1984 to ban books on religion.

WEA Youth Commission News

Jul 10, 2006

This update features several encouraging reports we thought that you might enjoy. Since the next several months may include exciting youth events, please keep us updated about what the Lord may be doing in your part of the world!

Germany: Church Reform

Jul 7, 2006

Faced with a dwindling church membership and growing secularization the mainline Protestant Churches in Germany are about to launch one of the most radical reforms in recent history.

First CARICOM Heads of Government Prayer Breakfast

Jul 6, 2006

A historic moment at the 27th CARICOM Heads of Government in St. Kitts was the Prayer Breakfast that preceded the actual business of the conference. For the first time delegates to the conference took time to pray together on the first morning of the conference.

Impact ... in the public arena! [European EA Socio-Political Newsletter]

Jul 3, 2006

A Belgian Parliamentary Working Group has recently published a new sect report, which states that Pentecostals and Evangelists, coming out of North American Protestantism or Africa make up a significant part of the Belgian ”sect” community.

Trinidad Council Holds Disaster Strategy Workshop

Jul 2, 2006

The Trinidad and Tobago Council of Evangelical Churches (TTCEC) is holding a Disaster Preparedness Strategy Workshop July 06-08 in preparation for the onset of the 2006 hurricane season.

Iraqi\'s Manaeans Face Genocide - All Other Religious Minorities at Risk

Jun 29, 2006

Article II of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide defines genocide as "any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

Homeschoolers Take Their Case to Human Rights Court

Jun 28, 2006

German homeschooling parents who face fines or jail sentences are prepared to take their cause to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

World Evangelical Alliance Celebrates Spirit-Led Mission Commission Leadership Transition

Jun 22, 2006

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – After 20 years of serving the World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission (WEA-MC) as its Executive Director, Dr. William Taylor officially handed over leadership to Brazilian missionary Bertil Ekstrom, during a spirited transition service and celebration on Wedn

The 10th WEA Mission Commission Convocation closed on Saturday, June 24, 2006

Jun 24, 2006

CAPE TOWN, South Africa – The 10th World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission Convocation closed on Saturday, June 24, 2006, with the installation of new leadership, strengthened networks, and a hopeful vision for the future. “The Lord has been speaking to us throughout all of the