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German Chancellor: Common Values Unite Politicians

Jun 7, 2006

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has emphasized theimportance of sharing common values across party political lines.Politicians of all persuasions should strive for justice, peace andsolidarity.

Calling All Nations to Worship in Berlin

Jun 7, 2006

Just six days after the soccer world cup final theOlympic Stadium in Berlin will see one of the biggest worship events inGermany. Approximately 35,000 Christians are expected to flock to thestadium July 15 to sing, pray and dedicate themselves to mission.

WEA Youth Commission News - June 2006

Jun 6, 2006

This WEA Youth Commission News includes current youth commission reports, upcoming dates for your calendar, and several interesting WEA press releases

Zimbabwe: Government Interference Escalates

Jun 6, 2006

Over recent years, the Mugabe regime has introduced several measures to silence dissent. Quite apart from open police brutality, measures like the Non-Governmental Organisations Bill 2004 (NGO Bill, see link 1) and the draconian Public Order

WEA joins the Lausanne Committee for World Evangelization calling for day of prayer for North Korea

Jun 5, 2006

Dear Friends, I urge you to read the message below from Dr. Jong Yun Lee, the Chair of the Asia Lausanne Committee.

First Step Forum Report

Jun 2, 2006

Johan Candelin of Finland, representing the international First Step Forum group expressed grave concerns about the situation in Bangladesh during a meeting with former Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, present leader of the opposition in Dacca.

Soccer World Cup - Evangelicals Organize International Prayer Camp

Jun 1, 2006

As 32 national soccer teams from around the globe are getting in gear for the world cup in Germany Christians are preparing to accompany the major sports event with prayer and evangelism.

Church Helps Resolve Puerto Rico’s Budget Crisis

Jun 1, 2006

A budget crisis shook Puerto Rico this month (May 2006). On May 1, the government shut most public agencies, furloughing 95,000 employees. The police, fire-fighters, and medical personnel kept working but schools were closed. Governor Aníbal Acevedo-Vilá laid off the staff at the executive mansion,