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World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) Meetings

The AEA President, Bishop Dr Goodwill Shana and the General Secretary Rev. Dr Aiah Foday-Khabenje represented the Africa region at week-long meetings of the World Evangelical Alliance, in Fort Lauderdale, FL USA, March 2-7, 2018. The AEA leaders attended three back to back meetings; the annual International Leadership Meeting (ILM), Strategic Framework Review meeting March …

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Message of Solidarity and Peace from the AEA President to the Church in Zimbabwe

Like many of you, we at AEA have been profoundly affected by the happenings in our continent. Without a doubt, this has been a period of political upheaval in Africa and as Church leaders, we have deep concerns about the African countries that continue to experience instability or conflict like South Sudan and the DRC …

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“Broken Walls” of the Africa Evangelical Centre

The headline is alluding to Nehemiah’s effort to restore the pride and protection of the city of God’s people. The situation in Africa mirrors this kind of national concern. Our walls need rebuilding and reconstruction, and especially the walls of the Church of Jesus Christ in Africa (both the spiritual and physical sense). The construction …

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Urgent and Continuing Call for Participation in the Construction of the Africa Evangelical Centre and AEA Headquarters

Greetings in the name of Christ our Lord. Further to several email communications, updates in our monthly news updates and quarterly newsletter – Afroscope, about the Africa Evangelical Centre, we continue to appeal for your participation in this very important project of the Church in this era, in the history of the Church. I am …

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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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