January 1, A string of bombs on Christmas day struck five churches in Nigeria, leaving 43 dead and dozens wounded. The leader of the Christian Association of Nigeria stated the attacks were "considered as a declaration of war on Christians and Nigeria as an entity," and that while he did not want to
A Christian Baptist leader, Nikolai Popov from the town of Balkhash in Karaganda was imprisoned for two days for refusing to pay fines imposed for leading worship meetings without compulsory state registration. Another Christian has been fined as well for attending a meeting for worship while anothe
Chargées par l’Alliance Evangélique Européenne de rédiger les méditations de la semaine universelle de prière de janvier 2012, les Alliances Evangéliques de Belgique, de France (CNEF, Conseil national des évangéliques de France) et
We would like to use this opportunity to wish you a Spirit-filled season of celebrating Immanuel, God with us. It is with much amazement and gratitude that we see how the Lord has blessed this movement. Working alongside many other great prayer movements and organizations we hope to see a
Apologies of for the absence of a prayer focus last week. It was a combination of a problem with our mailing system and time limitations that caught us out.
“I believe that I shall see the goodness of the Lordin the land of the living. Wait for the Lord;be strong, and let your heart take courage;wait for the Lord!” Psalms 27:13-14* World Evangelical Alliance is a global ministry working with local churches around the world to join in c
On December 12, 2011, Christians all over the world will join together to pray for those in poverty. There are approximately 1 billion people who struggle to survive on less than one dollar a day. And often, efforts to help these suffering masses are unsuccessful because of corruption - governm
Jesus said: “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these” – Matthew 19:14 LET US PRAY FOR CHILDREN As we approach the Festive Season my thoughts keep drifting back to the Children of the World we live in.&
“I want what you have got!</strong>” One of the most powerful forms of testimony to our world – they see how we live our lives and hunger for what we have – Jesus Christ.