News & Stories

Alliance Chaplain Awarded

Rev. Stan L. Sniezek, senior pastor of New Life Alliance Church, West Palm Beach, Florida, and lead chaplain for the Lake Clarke Shores Police Department, was recently awarded an Exceptional Service Commendation. Chaplain Stan serves his community with the highest degree of professionalism. “Anytime you receive formal recognition from a government agency, it means a lot,” […]

Abidjan Deteriorates, FATEAC Closes Temporarily

“Events and emotions change frequently in an environment like Abidjan,” says Alliance Regional Director for Africa, Dr. Chris Braun. “It’s hard to know what tomorrow holds; more importantly, the FATEAC community would like to do everything possible to salvage the school year.” Read the latest developments in this fluid situation that demands our prayers . . .

A Cup of Coffee, a Cookie, and the Word

Recently, Alliance workers in Japan received a window of opportunity to share God’s love with earthquake evacuees. Read more about this outreach and how you can pray.

Salvation for Mr. Yoshida

By Don and Hazel Schaeffer, serving in Japan The Alliance has seven Core Values that flow out of our passion for Jesus—the motivation behind our mission. In the formative years of our movement, the Holy Spirit instilled within A. B. Simpson a passion to reach people with no knowledge of Jesus Christ. That passion still […]

BREAKING NEWS: Quake Survivors to Hear Gospel

“God has brought 1,200 evacuees to a huge stadium just 40 minutes away from where we are,” write Jane and Harry Landaw, Japan field leaders, who are distributing cookies, accompanied by Bible verses, to the displaced people temporarily living there. Read more about this outreach and how you can pray.

Set Free in Congo

“I can’t believe it!” she exlaimed. “My daughter is delivered! We tried many times and no one could do it; all this man did was pray in the Name of Jesus!” Read more about Alliance worker Steve Clouser’s powerful ministry trip the Republic of the Congo.

“Thank You for Your Prayers”

“Prime Minister Kan says that this is the worst crisis to hit Japan since World War II. In many ways, the country seems just like that: a war zone,” say Alliance workers. An e-mail received from a Japan Alliance church member describes what many are feeling and experiencing.

“Should We Expect Someone Else?”

“Over the last few months, we have been blessed to see time and again how the Kingdom of God has come to the people of Mali and how He is actively working among them,” writes Brett MacLean, a pediatrician at Koutiala Hospital for Women and Children. Read exciting stories of how God is moving in this West African nation—one of the poorest in the world.

It’s Complicated

“Prayer is desperately needed for Côte d’Ivoire,” observes Dr. Chris Braun, Alliance Regional Director for Africa. “Here is an excellent description of what people are experiencing in this West African nation’s capital city, Abidjan.”

Japan Earthquake Update, March 17, 2011

“The weather has turned quite cold, and it is snowing in the region of the epicenter of the earthquake,” write Japan field leaders. “There are nearly 3,000 evacuation centers, and many have no heat or electricity. Food and water are scarce. It is very serious.” Read about how you can help.

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