March 7, 2014
- In the lead up to International Women’s Day (8 March 2014), child development charity and member organisation, Compassion, has been seeking to raise awareness about the under-reported phenomenon of bride kidnapping, also known as ‘marriage by abduction’, still practiced in parts of Central and Southeast Asia and Africa.
- To mark International Women's Day tomorrow, a variety of people share about a woman who inspires them…
- Elizabeth Oldfield reflects on research that the majority of people in the UK drink more than they should and a new alcohol substitute being developed by a professor.
- To mark International Women's Day, we delve into our archives and find the story of Lady Mary Bates, who became the first woman to chair the Evangelical Alliance (then known as the World's Evangelical Alliance) Council at its 101st annual meeting at Caxton Hall, Westminster, in 1947.
- “Pray with us that there is no fourth anniversary of this war, says Alliance member Tearfund, as this month marks three years since the conflict in Syria began.
March 6, 2014
- In 1846, the Evangelical Alliance was founded with the motto: "We are one body in Christ."
- North Koreans are facing intense persecution. Amelia Abplanalp shares the inspiring testimony of Hae Woo
- Statistics from some surveys looking at the age of ministers.
March 5, 2014
- A visual arts trail across the centre of Manchester aims to link the Easter passion story to the reality of day to day life for ordinary people. Hosted by six major venues, more than 60 works of art by 20 artists from Manchester and beyond will be displayed during Lent (5 March - 21 April).
- More and more people are just one unexpected bill away from facing bare cupboards, say End Hunger Fast. Today, on Ash Wednesday, the Government face a huge and growing call to take action on welfare, wages and food markets in the 2014 budget from the campaign.