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International Day of Prayer, Fasting and Giving for Kosova

Feb 2, 2012

Throughout the ages God has shown that He is moved by prayer and by genuine, repentant hearts. Our heritage as Christians is rich with a history of a relationship with our God who responds to our prayers.

Kosovo Protestant Evangelical Church - Proclaiming the Gospel

May 1, 2012

Kosovo Protestant Evangelical Church (KPEC) exercises its activities in the Republic of Kosovo pursuant to provisions in the Law since 2006. In a country where two main religions are Islam and Christianity with about 90% of population as Muslims, KEPC wish to be a creative minority which fully procl

Encouraging Evangelicals - Ivory Coast Evangelical Federation

May 1, 2012

WEA recently spoke with the Rev. Tehua Koffi Ouattara from the West African nation of Ivory Coast.

Evangelical Alliance of Pakistan Aims to Re launch the Organization for Greater Impact

The Evangelical Alliance of Pakistan has been established since 1956. In a country where 95% of its population practices the state religion of Islam, Evangelical Christians in Pakistan witness about Christ and help those who are in need.

A Bird’s-Eye View of the Uruguayan Evangelical Alliance

May 1, 2012

CREU exists to represent, articulate cooperation and edify the Evangelical Church in Uruguay.

Evangelicals in Paraguay Unite Under APEP

The vision of the Association of Evangelical Pastors of Paraguay (APEP) is to become an association focusing on strong Christian leadership, unity in the Spirit under the bond of peace, unity in faith and the knowledge of Jesus Christ in order to fulfill God's purposes.

The Ecuador Evangelical Confraternity Equips Future Ministry Leaders

The Ecuadorian Evangelical Fellowship (EEC) was formed in January 1964 by the leaders and representatives of evangelical denominations, independent churches, missions and organizations.

NECF Malaysia Pursues Transforming the Nation through the Local Church

The early 1980's were a turbulent time for Christians in Malaysia. Such constraints arose including the partial ban of the Malay Language Bible (only Christians were allowed to purchase and own one since 1981,) the limitation of the number of worship sites affecting the status of independent churche

Costa Rican Evangelical Alliance - Protecting and Shaping Costa Rica's Future

The World Evangelical Alliance recently spoke with the Rev. Juan Luis Calvo Calderón, current president of the Costa Rican Evangelical Alliance, just before the election of their new board of members on October 15, 2011.

EEA’s new Socio-Political Code of Conduct & Approach

The European Evangelical Alliance is delighted that, despite different cultures, Evangelical Christians from every corner of Europe have written and approved EEA’s new Socio-Political Code of Conduct and the longer Approach, giving a biblical rationale. The texts’ chief author was Pablo Martinez of