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SCOPE: A THEOLOGICAL MENTOR HAS FALLEN- TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF DR THOMAS C. ODEN

The name, Thomas C. Oden is indelible in the emergent majority African Church. ‘How Africa Shaped the Mind of Western Christianity’ is not just a title of a well-researched book, but a great revelation of the world’s best kept secret by Oden. The world had been conditioned to believing that Africa was dark, steeped in …

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The AEA Relief and Development Commission holds its Strategic Planning Workshop

The Association of Evangelicals in Africa Relief and Development Commission (ARDC) held its strategic planning workshop from 17-19 February, 2017 in Kampala, Uganda alongside core AEA staff, select head of Community Inter-Church Alliances (ICA’s) and National Alliance leaders from South Sudan, Rwanda and Uganda. The head of the Evangelical Alliance of South Sudan (EASS), Bishop …

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AEA Leadership Seminar Kicks Off

Arusha, Tanzania- 22 February, 2017 The Association of Evangelicals in Africa Leadership Development Seminar kicked off yesterday at the Ngurdoto Mountain Lodge in Arusha, Tanzania and is scheduled to run till the 23 February, 2017. Twelve key leaders, constituting over 50% of the Africa Inland Church Tanzania (AICT) leadership, were  present-led by the Arch Bishop of …

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The General Secretary of the National Association of Evangelicals in Ghana, Passes on

We are saddened to receive the sad news of the death of the General Secretary of the National Association of Evangelicals in Ghana (NAEG), Pastor Divine Kumah. Pastor Divine was pronounced dead on the 15th of January, 2017, after a short illness. At the time of his demise he also served as the long standing …

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Egypt and Nigeria: Address Threats to World Peace and Personal Safety

Egypt and Nigeria:  Address Threats to World Peace and Personal Safety Freetown, December 14, 2016 We are saddened by the sad news of the tragic death of worshipers in churches in two separate incidences in the region this Advent. In Egypt, terrorists planted bomb in the part of the Coptic Cathedral, especially designated for women …

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AEA Thanksgiving Sunday

AEA’s Grand 50th Anniversary Thanksgiving Service Nairobi, December 15, 2016 With honours to great men and women who have laboured in and out of season, who God has used to fulfil His purposes in Africa and whose shoulders many of the current crop of leaders stand on, AEA turned the page on a rich 50 …

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AEA UNVEILS NEW LOGO

The Association of Evangelicals in Africa announced, during the just concluded 50th Anniversary celebrations in Nairobi, Kenya, that it set to complete its rebranding with the launch of its new logo. The new logo has been designed to reflect a sense of change while reminding us to remain true to the core values of AEA. …

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