The Evangelical Alliance of South Africa aims to provide a fellowship through which evangelical Christians in South Africa can work together in mission and evangelism, speaking when necessary with one voice on public issues.
The devastating COVID19 infections and death crisis in India India is one of the most populated nations in the world with over a billion people. It is also one of the world’s largest democracies. Like ... Read More
The Lausanne Movement and World Evangelical Alliance Integrity and Anti-Corruption Network cordially invites you to join our special online webinar entitled: "When the Best is Corrupt: Strategies for Living in Integrity" 1 May (Sat) 2021 ... Read More
TEASA 25th Anniversary
2020 First Quarter – Newsletter
Churches in response to COVID 19. WEA World Assembly 2019. Outreach 2020. Ready to Go Digital? Ready to Go Digital? Evangelical Appeal from the West Papua. Crisis of Faith in the Holy Land. Thoughtful faith: a TEASA Theological Colloquium. Thoughtful faith: a TEASA Theological Colloquium.
Research Survey Post
TEASA Disciple-Making Survey
Effective discipleship is increasingly recognised by Church leaders around the world as a serious challenge hindering the witness of the Church. It is not surprising that the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) has declared this decade [...]
Enhancing Ministry Using Technology
6 April 2020 Covid-19 virus can linger in the air for up to 3 hours. Large church group meeting, singing, up close preaching in congregants and other close up meeting are high risk. Physical distancing [...]
COVID-19 Cogta Regulations for Religious Gatherings.
The purpose of these directions is to provide for the norms and standards for religious gatherings that are permitted under the Regulations to address. prevent and combat the spread of COVID-19. These Directions apply to all religious gatherings and persons entering places of worship. Phased re- opening of places of worship (1) Religious gatherings of not more than 50 persons are allowed subject to the conditions outlined in these Directions. Religious organisations should where possible, convene services through virtual platforms (online and social media). (3) All religious services may not exceed 2 hours with a 30- minute intermission between services.