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Become a Member
- For the booklet Jesus through Asian eyes - 15 frequently asked questions - particularly that churches are encouraged to use it and that we are successful in the training we give to churches on how to reach out to South Asians.
- For our partnership with Jewels in His Crown in the delivery of prayer events across the country for the South Asian community.
- For God to open the hearts of South Asians from other faiths to be open to the gospel of Christ.
- For God's guidance in terms of advocacy - in particular that we can be more effective in raising the profile of the persecution of Christians in South Asia and are more effective in attempting to stimulate change.
Bangladesh fire highlights need for united campaigns for garment workers
There has been international outcry since the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh in April, which claimed the lives of more than 1,100 people. Campaigning across the UK has fought to improve the rights of vulnerable garment workers. And it is working!
Pod Boghal: How I met Jesus
Pod (Pardeep) Bhogal is head of communications for UCCF: The Christian Unions. He was brought up in a Sikh household and tells his story of meeting Jesus.
World Leprosy Day 2014
On Sunday 26 January – World Leprosy Day 2014 – please pray for the three million people globally with irreversible disabilities as a result of the late treatment of leprosy.
Vigil for religious freedom outside Indian High Commission
On 11 November 2013, Release International held a prayer vigil outside the Indian High Commission in London. The event was held to support the presentation of their Free to Follow petition to the Indian authorities. Release’s chief executive Paul Robinson and patron Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali spent time discussing the persecution and discrimination that Christians face in India with a representative at the High Commission before presenting the 28,000-signature petition.
Sari 'N' Chips relaunched as e-book
“Must Asians in the West lose their cultural identity?” This is the question that begins Ram Gidoomal’s Sari ‘N’ Chips, now available as an e-book.
The changing face of Christianity in the UK
Leaders of key church denominations and mission organisations from across the UK gathered at the Evangelical Alliance on 30 October to hear about the changing tide of global missions, as Christians from across the global south come to the UK to minister.
Jesus through Asian eyes
'Jesus through Asian eyes – 15 frequently asked questions' is a new booklet produced by the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance. The aim of the booklet is to dispel common misconceptions that Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs and Buddhists have about the Christian faith. The A5 booklet is informative, engaging and enlightening and aims to pay equal respect to people of other beliefs. The booklet can be bought from CLC bookshops for £1 per copy - visit www.clcbookshops.com or ring 01962 733 142 to order your copies. You can also buy a kindle version from amazon. The booklet comes with guidelines on use for group discussions.
Suicide bombers kill Christians in Pakistan church
The Evangelical Alliance and their South Asian Forum are calling on Christians to pray for the wounded, for families who have lost loved ones and for peace for all religious minorities in Pakistan.
Reverse Mission: South Asian contributions
The book Turning the Tables on Mission allows Christians from the global south, including Dr Ram Gidoomal, to tell their own stories. It provides fascinating insights into the realities, challenges and struggles of those who are ministering in cross-cultural situations. It is therefore a unique compilation well worth reading, particularly for those involved in multicultural ministry.
Building the Church among Pakistani Muslims in Britain
The Right Way welcome you to its fourth annual conference: Building the Church among Pakistani Muslims in Britain. The conference will be held on 9 November 2013 at the Pastures Church in High Wycombe.
Let’s Pray Together - Leicester Prayer Event, July 2013
A group of more than 70 people gathered to pray together one Saturday morning in July in Leicester. We were all linked through having connections in some way with the large South Asian Community in Leicester. We were also linked by being Christians with a desire to witness for Jesus Christ in this city.
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Introduction to the South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance
The South Asian Forum of the Evangelical Alliance (SAF) is a new grouping within the Evangelical Alliance, set up to provide a forum for South Asian Christians in the UK to encourage, support and equip each other for mission, and to represent their concerns to Government, media and the wider Church.
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