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Pourquoi assister virtuellement à l’Assemblée générale de l’AEA ? // Why attend the AEA General Assembly virtually?

Why attend the AEA General Assembly virtually? Greetings in the name of Christ! This year, the leadership of AEA is proposing a hybrid (mostly online and limited in-person) meeting in Nairobi from 28-30 April 2021. We encourage five representatives from each National Alliance and two representatives from Associate member organizations to participate virtually along with other

Rescheduling the Upcoming AEA General Assembly – 28-30 April 2021

Nairobi, 2nd February 2021 Greetings in the name of our Lord and Saviour Christ! At the direction of the AEA Executive Board and the local Government authorities in Kenya, we must sadly confirm the rescheduling of the AEA General Assembly due to COVID concerns. The General Assembly will be held in Nairobi from the 28-30

FREE EBOOK: Scaling Up Theological Training in Africa

AEA convened a theological consultation on 2019 to develop and implement strategies to tackle the problem of untrained and poorly trained pastors in the continent. The goal was to equip and strengthen grassroots churches in Africa, with participants challenged to scale up training of another 20% of pastors over the next five years. This book includes a selection of major papers presented at the consultation

Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year

It is that time of the year when the mood is celebratory. A season of the Advent, the breaking in of the Christ of Christmas, the Man of sorrows, what a name! Bearing shame and scoffing rude, in our place condemned he stood. Taking on all our diseases, all our pains and dying in our

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.

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

Our mission is to mobilize and empower Evangelical Churches and Mission Agencies for total transformation of Africa through evangelization and effective discipleship.