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Evangelical Fellowship of Canada: Responding to Distortions

Nov 22, 2006

Evangelicals have received some negative press this fall. The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada continues to respond to commentaries and stories that distort what we believe,

Sri Lanka: Church Service Disrupted by Mob....

Nov 22, 2006

While the Pastor was preparing for the Sunday morning worship service, he noticed that his congregation members were not present.

A Better Way to Be With Those in Need

Nov 16, 2006

The township of Rhini clings to the hills surrounding Grahamstown, South Africa.

The World Evangelical Alliance welcomes Micah Network as newest Global Partner

Nov 16, 2006

The World Evangelical Alliance welcomed the Micah Network as its newest Global Partner, making official the strong relationship that began two years ago with the joint launch of the Micah Challenge initiative. “We are very happy to announce that Micah Network has joined WEA as its newest

EA U.K. Responds to Sunday Telegraph

Nov 14, 2006

The article in last week’s Sunday Telegraph by Jonathan Wynne-Jones (Christians ask if force is needed to protect their religious values) is a case-study in bad journalism.

\"Where Do We Go From Here?\" - by Dr. Joel Hunter

Nov 13, 2006

Recently, the evangelical world was rocked by scandal. I remember the last scandals we had on this scale.

Sri Lanka: Statement on deterioration of Human Rights situation

Nov 13, 2006

The National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka expresses its shock and dismay at the events unfolded in the last few days, turning Sri Lanka into a ‘killing field’

Indonesia\'s Aceh as a model for Thailand\'s south?

Nov 13, 2006

Not all Muslims want to live under Sharia Law (the constitution of politicalIslam).

Caribbean: St. Vincent For Christ \'07

Nov 10, 2006

The Association of Evangelical Churches in St. Vincent and the Grenadines plans to divide the country into eight

Sri Lanka: The Vakarai Massacre

Nov 10, 2006

Sri Lanka is fast turning into a killing field with hundreds of civilians being killed day after day.