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Christian Leaders Challenge G8 to Keep Promises to Poor

Jun 4, 2007

WORLD EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE Press Release June 2, 2007 Christian leaders joined together in Rostock, northern Germany, on Saturday 2 June 2007 to remind G8 leaders of their commitment to the poor and the promises they made to halve extreme poverty by 2015. Geoff Tunnicliffe, head of the World

Christian Leaders Blow the Halftime Whistle on G8

Jun 3, 2007

MICAH CHALLENGE Press Release Saturday June 2, 2007 Rostock, Germany CHRISTIAN LEADERS BLOW THE HALFTIME WHISTLE ON G8

WEA Applauds U.S. Sanctions on Sudan

May 31, 2007

WEA Applauds U.S. Sanctions on Sudan, Urges Multinational Action The International Director of World Evangelical Alliance, Geoff Tunnicliffe, responded to President Bush’s announcement for sanctions on Sudan on Tuesday to help put an end to the conflict in the country’s Darfur r

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

Turkish Christians Find Hope in Reading the Bible and in Worship of Hope

Apr 23, 2007

For Immediate Release The first Sunday after the killing of three Christian workers: Necati Aydin, Tilman Geske and Ugur Yuksel, was a Sunday of Bible reading, prayer and worship in the protestant Church in Istanbul . Members of the church read from the Bible about the promises for those

WEA Welcomes Dr. David J. Jang to the North American Council

Apr 26, 2007

For Immediate Release The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) welcomes Dr. David J. Jang, president of Olivet Center for World Mission (OCWM) in San Francisco, Calif. as the newest member of the Alliance \'s North American Council. "We are delighted by Dr. Jang’s appointment

WEA Opens New Office in New York

Apr 25, 2007

The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), in collaboration with the Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches, announced on Tuesday that it has opened a new office in New York, a key strategic location for the Alliance to expand its advocacy efforts for religious freedom and increase the impact o

WEA Responds to Murders in Turkey

Apr 20, 2007

For Immediate Release Three workers at a Bible publishing house in Malatya, Turkey were killed on Wednesday, April 18, in the latest apparent attack on Turkey\'s minority Christian community. The three Christian men -- Necati Aydin and Ugur Yuksel of Turkey, and Tilman Ekkehart Geske of German