Annual Meeting of the Executive Council of AEA

Video of the Annual Meeting of the Executive Council of Asia Evangelical Alliance (AEA). Held last February 26-28, 2019 in Bangkok, Thailand, Rev. Dr. Bambang Budijanto was installed as the new General Secretary replacing Rev. Dr. Richard Howell.

Greetings from the Asia Evangelical Alliance Meeting in Bangkok

Watch WEA Secretary General and CEO, Bishop Ef Tendero, sending greetings from the Asia Evangelical Alliance meeting in Bangkok, Thailand, where Dr Bambang Budijanto was installed as the new General Secretary and Dr Richard Howell was thanked and honored for his many years of faithful service.

With 60% of the world’s population living in Asia, the region has great relevance for the global Church. Bishop Ef shares about the challenges but also the work of God on the continent.

AEA INSTALLS NEW GENERAL SECRETARY AND HONOURS LEGACY OF LEADERSHIP

At the Annual Meeting of the Executive Council of Asia Evangelical Alliance (AEA) held last February 26-28, 2019, Bangkok, Thailand, Rev. Dr. Bambang Budijanto, was installed as the new General Secretary replacing Rev. Dr. Richard Howell. Dr. Howell who served a fruitful and blessed full decade as General Secretary of AEA, was feted and honoured for his faithful ministry to the Lord and legacy of leadership.

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With Our Sympathy

It’s with our most heartfelt sorrow and condolences that our beloved Pastor Wirachai Kowae has gone to be with our Lord. During his life Pastor Kowae had served Lord Jesus in Thailand, through many ministries. He was the founder of the Assemblies of God, Vice Chairman of the Evangelical Fellowship of Thailand, and member AEA EXCO. Rest in the everlasting peace of Christ Almighty we are extending comfort and praying to his families and people that he served. Continue reading “With Our Sympathy”

Proposed Amendments in Bulgaria’s Law on Religious Denominations

Pray for peaceful protests about a review of the proposed amendments in Bulgaria’s Law on Religious Denominations. Held by Evangelicals Pastors of Bulgaria, the demonstrations have been going since December 13, 2018. Bulgarian Parliament prepares a law on religious freedom, which can affect religious minorities as: Evangelicals, Baptists, Seventh-Day Adventists, Pentecostals, Catholics, Jews, Muslims and others.

More about what happen in Bulgaria and how you can help with you prayer, please click the links below:

Interview with Pastor Vlady Raichinov, Vice President of the Bulgarian Evangelical Alliance.

After a Whiteout Demonstration Bulgaria Evangelicals Call Off Protest for Christmas

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SRI LANKA NEEDS PRAYERS

Sri Lanka is currently facing an unprecedented constitutional and political crisis. On 26th October, the former president Mahinda Rajapakse was appointed as the Prime Minister in a unconstitutional and unprecedent manner. This has led to an immense sense of unrest and instability in our country. At the moment, both Prime Ministers take the view that they are effective and both constitutional.

This unfortunate state of affairs has led to a great sense of instability and unrest in Sri Lanka. The political climate present, is very uncertain with rival political parties both attempting to gain power.

Some of the unfortunate incidents have occurred with most concerning is that of a pastor (from the western province) who was abducted, physically assaulted and severely beaten, he was later dropped off in a rural area– presently he is hospitalized. The information we received concerning this incident is that he was abducted because he was building a church in the area he was residing.

Please uphold Sri Lanka’s political crisis and the church in prayers:

  1. For the position of Prime Minister to be filled in accordance to the divine will of God.
  2. For the prevalence of peace and unity in Sri Lanka.
  3. For democracy, constitutional principles and the rule of law to be upheld.
  4. For further violence and panic to not grip the country or its citizens.
  5. For strength for the Sri Lankan Church to carry out its ministry unhindered during this time of political turmoil.
  6. For strength for the NCEASL to carry out its work during this time of political turmoil.

Please find attached document with a summary of the series of incidents and the legal argument for and against it.

Blessings and warmest regards,

Yamini Ravindran (Attorney-at-Law, LL.B)
Head, Legal & Advocacy 
Religious Liberty & Social Justice Commission
National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka