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Update: Continuing Deadly Attacks on Missionaries Highlights Religious Persecution in Nigeria

After the attack on missionaries in Nigeria by Fulani herdsmen in Ganna Ropp in Jos, Nigeria on Tuesday, 5th May 2020, we are pleased to report that Canon Bayo and Naomi Famanoure and family are recovering well from their injuries. The support of the global Church has been encouraging with the AEA receiving donations on behalf […]

AEA and Sojourners Host Virtual Global Gathering of Christian Justice Leaders

The Association of Evangelicals in Africa and Sojourners, a United States-based Christian justice organization, successfully hosted a virtual Global Gathering of Christian Justice Leaders on the 24th of June 2020. The virtual gathering had about 45 leaders from 25 nations in attendance. AEA was scheduled to host the in-person meeting in Nairobi Kenya at the […]

Lazarus Chakwera: Hope Delivered

In what has been lauded as a landmark result in African politics, Rev. Lazarus Chakwera, former President of the Evangelical Alliance of Malawi, was sworn in as President on the 28th of June 2020. Rev. Chakwera won the presidential race, defeating incumbent President Peter Mutharika with 58.57% of the vote. In his inaugural speech, he appealed […]

From the Chair’s Desk-Create in Me a New Heart

Create in Me a New Heart by Rev. Dr. Mario Li Hing I read this Bible verse that caused me to approach prayer differently in this unique season. David is responding to the Lord after he got exposed for his sin with Bathsheba by the prophet Nathan. In his repentance and longing for reconnection, he […]

Alliance Update: The Evangelical Churches Fellowship of Ethiopia (ECFE)

The Evangelical Churches Fellowship of Ethiopia (ECFE) recently implemented an emergency response project in the Abaya District over 400 kilometers from Addis Ababa, the nation’s capital. The East Africa region has been adversely affected by the economic downturn due to COVID 19 and the desert locust infestation. Over 3,150 household heads directly benefited from the […]

Continuing Deadly Attacks on Missionaries Highlights Religious Persecution in Nigeria

Canon Bayo and his wife, Naomi Fomonure together with their two sons, Adua and Victor were attacked and shot by Fulani herdsmen in Ganna Ropp in Jos, Nigeria on Tuesday, 5th May 2020, during their evening family prayer time. The family of four were left with multiple gun injuries and were rushed to a nearby […]

It is Finished: The End of History!

11 April, 2020 Christ is Risen! Happy Easter Sunday—the Day of our Lord. The Resurrection of Christ, the Lord’s Day, is celebrated every other Sunday, but perhaps with little understanding of the meaning of the day. The resurrection of Christ has a ring of finality to it, it is the end!  Jesus Christ cried out […]

Rainbows of Hope

Millions of people are confined: confusion, panic, fear, discouragement and despair try to conquer us. To combat them, we urgently need to learn to develop new attitudes, new behaviours.

WEA Calls for Global Day of Prayer & Fasting on Sunday, March 29 – and Prayer Beyond!

The World Evangelical Alliance has designated Sunday, March 29 as a Global Day of Prayer & Fasting amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage you to pray to God that the crisis will pass quickly. Below, you will find ideas and resources to help guide you through a whole day, lifting up your concerns, your […]

Post Tenebras Spero Lucem (After Darkness, I hope for Light) Panic, Passion and Promise

The prevailing Corona virus, COVID 19 strand crisis unfolds the fragility and fallibility of the human race, notwithstanding the tendency for humans to live as if they care less about who created the world. Panic and anxiety continue to mount as the way of living has been disrupted dramatically, in a very short timeframe, for […]