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Operation Mobilisation: A journey with God.

Mar 9, 2012

If you have ever wondered what discipleship looks like, especially when the learning and doing are joined in a way that exemplifies the pattern set by Jesus in the New Testament, then investigate how the OM Africa Trek brings the two together and changes lives. From September to December 2011

EA Sri Lanka – Unifying the Church to Transform the Nation

Mar 7, 2012

The National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka (NCEASL), originally the Evangelical Fellowship of Ceylon was inaugurated on the 24th of June 1952 in order to serve the national church. Since then the Alliance has grown significantly and in the country with 7.5% of Christians wish to con

SIM - Serving in Mission Installing Bio-Send Water Filters in Bolivia.

Mar 6, 2012

An SIM project is introducing the first household use of bio-sand technology in Bolivia. A bio-sand filter is a locally constructed, tall concrete box filled with very carefully selected sand and gravel. A biological layer develops in the top few inches of the sand and becomes populated with &ldq

Mali: World Vision responds to refugees fleeing violence

Mar 1, 2012

The insecurity in Mali has World Vision aid workers concerned about the effects of the conflict on both the refugees and families currently living along the border in “host communities.

Unique Ministry in Sierra Leone Locates Families for Inmates

Feb 28, 2012

From Stephen Abu, National Director Following is a summary of ministry highlights from Sierra Leone Youth for Christ

News from New Zealand Christian Network

Feb 22, 2012

  v-Zine February 2012 Glyn Carpenter on 2012 (and some books you might find useful)  Greetings at the start of another year. We pray God’s blessing on all who love the Lord and are work

Austrian EA - Encourage Prayer, Promote Evangelism, Contribute to Society

Feb 21, 2012

Historical roots of Evangelical Alliance in Austria started in 1863 when an event called The Alliance Prayer Week was first conducted in today’s eastern part of the country, called Burgenland. While this event continued annually ever since the official establishment of Österreichische

Christian Schools Damaged in Philippines

Feb 8, 2012

Colorado Springs,—Three Christian schools in the Philippines were significantly damaged during Typhoon Sendong last month. Flash flooding in the southern Philippines caused more than 1,200 casualties; over 1,000 people are still missing.

A.E. Africa Appoints Executive Coordinator of Theology Taskforce

Feb 8, 2012

The AEA Secretariat is pleased announce the appointment of Mr. Mateso Akou as the Executive Coordinator of the Theology Taskforce with effect from January, 2012.