On December 27th 2007, Kenya went to the polls to elect a new government (president, members of parliament and civic leaders). On Dec 30th 2007 when the presidential election results were announced, the country broke out into what was later to alleged to
As Kenyans exercise their democratic right to choose their leader for the next five years, the Association of Evangelicals in Africa’s hopes is that this election will be free, fair, and devoid of rigging.
May the peace of God be with you all. I am happy to join you here in Nairobi, Kenya after another successful meeting in Kampala, Uganda which was very encouraging as we shared with several experienced pastors.
REGIONAL EVALUATION MEETING
DAY ONE –Wednesday 3rd October, 2007
Date: 27th, October, 2007
Time: 9:00 ~ 16:00
Place: CORAT Africa
Object: AEA Associate Members, AEA staff
Evangelical Fellowship of Uganda (EFU) together with Uganda Millenium Evangelism Task Force (UMET) and Dawn ministries organised a conference with the theme "Forum on Church Planting in Uganda and Beyond", in Kampala, Uganda on 20th July 2007 and attracte
The Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA), Ethics, Peace and Justice Commission (EPJ) in Conjuction with the Council of Christian Churches
Eritrean Christians from all over the world gathered in Nairobi, Kenya on Sunday to participate in Prayers
During its sitting in Nairobi, the Board welcome James Lee, a representative of World Evangelical Alliance ITC in Africa.
Two African archbishops were among prelates received by the pope as part of an international Catholic campaign