The World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) expresses deep distress over the Hamas attack on Israel and the resulting violence, calling for efforts to de-escalate the situation and work toward a just and lasting peace.
Global Galilean Movement Inaugurated, Aims to Train 2 Million Disciple-Makers to Reach 2 Billion People
On March 2, the Galilean Movement was officially launched in the Philippines “with the primary goal to make 2 million disciple makers in order to reach out 2 billion people.
The World Evangelical Alliance was actively engaged during the 52nd session of the Human Rights Council at the United Nations in Geneva. WEA organized a conference on the impact of sanctions on the humanitarian work of the churches.
Warmest Easter greetings from the World Evangelical Alliance! The resurrection is foundational to our Christian faith it validates who Jesus claimed to be: the Son of God, the Messiah, who is worthy of our wholehearted worship and witness.
One year has passed since Russia launched a full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The WEA joins the EEA and the CEPCU in condemning the aggression, honoring the people who are pouring out support for the victims, and challenging all evangelicals to follow Jesus as the war continues to rage.
The World Evangelical Alliance, together with more than twenty global networks and ministries, issued a call to the worldwide Church for a decade of focus on fulfilling the Great Commission. The statement follows a recent meeting of evangelical leaders.
WEA’s New Deputy Secretary General Samuel Chiang sent greetings to friends in the World Evangelical Alliance around the globe.
With New Leadership Team and Renewed Website, Refugee Highway Partnership Aims to Strengthen Global Network
With the number of forcibly displaced now exceeding 100 million globally, the need to come together across regions to serve the most vulnerable among us is greater than ever.
Theological Education Conference Kicks off With 500 Participants From 80+ Countries, Seeking Greater Collaboration to Support the Global Church
On November 14, the 18th global consultation of the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE) C-22 kicked off in Izmir, Türkiye, with record numbers of participants, educational ministries and countries represented.
At its recent Senior Leadership Team meeting, the leadership of the World Evangelical Alliance confirmed that its next General Assembly would be held in the latter part of 2025, with exact date and location yet to be confirmed.