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Russia – Rich in History (by Brian Stiller)

Dec 19, 2013

As I walked up the many steps to the preaching pulpit in Central Baptist Church near Red Square in Moscow, I had a flash back. Looking down I recalled a picture of Billy Graham preaching in that same pulpit in a time when the Soviet Union was in its ascendancy.

WEA Ambassador for Human Rights Issues Appeal on behalf of Persecuted Coptic Christians at the Installation of a new Coptic Bishop in Europe

Dec 18, 2013

The Ambassador for Human Rights of the World Evangelical Alliance, Dr. Thomas Schirrmacher, attended the installation of the new Coptic bishop in the German state of Hessen as the only ecumenical participant. In his speech during the worship service, immediately after the installation, Schirrmacher

Christmas Greeting from Geoff Tunnicliffe: Let us Remember and Share the Hope of Jesus Christ

Dec 18, 2013

Christmas Greeting from Geoff Tunnicliffe: Let us Remember and Share the Hope of Jesus Christ

WEA Grieves the Death of Isaac Hunter

Dec 11, 2013

The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) grieves the death of Isaac Hunter, son of Rev. Dr. Joel Hunter who is member of the WEA’s North American Council. “Not only is Joel Hunter a long-time member of our North American Council, a personal advisor, but he is a dear friend. Today, I join the thousands

One Minute of Your Time

Dec 9, 2013

This is an urgent message asking for 1 minute of your time to add your name to a petition which I think is really important.

WEA Religious Liberty Commission Holds Training Seminar on Advocacy and the Biblical Theology of Persecution in Bangladesh

Dec 6, 2013

The Religious Liberty Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA RLC) carries out annual training seminars on advocacy and the Biblical theology of persecution in restricted countries across Asia. These seminars are conducted to strengthen and equip persecuted Christians to withstand oppositi

WEA Pays Tribute to Nelson Mandela

Dec 5, 2013

As South Africans come to terms with the death of their icon and the father of the democratic nation, the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) joins the peoples of South Africa and many around the world in mourning their loss.

WEA RLC Research & Analysis Report: Pakistan’s Taliban Approach is Risky for Christians

Nov 28, 2013

The killing of over 85 people and the wounding of 150 others in a suicide bombing at a church in Peshawar two months ago has brought no change in the Pakistani government’s approach to dealing with Islamist terrorists. Instead of taking strong action, the government continues to surrender to the Teh

WEA Is Delighted to Announce the Formation of a New Latin Evangelical Alliance

Nov 19, 2013

WEA is delighted to announce the formation of a new Latin Evangelical Alliance (Alianza Evangélica Latina). “The potential of this new Alliance is enormous, particularly in Latin America, with all its energy and large numbers of evangelicals, but with enormous social, political, economic and spirit

'Sorrow & Blood': Resource Anthology Chronicles Centuries of Christian Suffering, Persecution and Martyrdom

Nov 11, 2013

A recently released resource anthology chronicling centuries of Christian persecution has exposed the intense suffering and martyrdom followers of Jesus Christ have been subjected to around the world, and the book responds to claims that such accounts have been hyped or propagandized.