Association of Evangelicals in Africa

Month: December 2020

AEA and Humedica Spearhead Provision of Emergency Relief Food Items to Targeted Vulnerable Communities in East Africa

The Association of Evangelicals in Africa in a joint partnership with Humedica – a n international non-governmental organization, which provides humanitarian assistance in more than 90 countries globally – successfully implemented a humanitarian response aimed at promoting food security, providing nutritional intervention and health protection in three countries in East and Horn of Africa region. …

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Meet our new Evangelism and Missions Executive Secretary – Rev Dr Eloi Dogue

Rev. Dr Eloi Sobel Dogue, a Senegalese National, has been active in AEA circles for several years, having served as a member of the AEA Executive Board member & President North West Region from 2010 to 2013 and was the President /CEO of the National Evangelical Fellowship of Senegal (FES) during the same period. He …

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Biblical Illiteracy ‘Utmost Problem’ Facing Global Evangelicalism, says Dr. Thomas Schirrmacher

By The Christian Post  The biggest crisis facing the evangelical, global church today is the growing lack of biblical literacy worldwide, according to Thomas Schirrmacher, the newly elected secretary-general of the World Evangelical Alliance. “Our biggest problem is that Bible knowledge is fading away,” Schirrmacher told The Christian Post. “This is the utmost problem we have …

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