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Beirut Explosion Damages Alliance Church, Bible College

Our Alliance family in Lebanon reels from catastrophic devastation.

August 3-7 is Alliance Thank-You Week

This week The Alliance is pressing “pause” to thank churches and individuals for their giving over the past year—and particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. C&MA Leadership Pursues Relocation of National Office

Positioning the denomination for even greater Kingdom advance in the years ahead

CAMA’s Looking Fresh

For 48 years, in 62 countries, you have joined hands with CAMA to serve the world’s poor and communities devastated by disasters.

Thank you, Alliance family!

man sitting alone on a stage with a black backgroundCondemning Racial Injustice and Supporting Law Enforcement

This is not an either/or issue for the Church.

Orchard Alliance 2020 Interest Rebate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — This month, more than 450 Alliance churches and ministries will receive loan interest […]

C&MA Board Addresses Racial Injustice

An update from C&MA Board Chairperson Matt Kelly

You See Me

Who knew that a simple question could make a grown man cry?

Understanding Protests: A Panel Discussion

Join John Stumbo and Charles Galbreath for a panel discussion about the recent protests that have occurred throughout our nation.

An Open Letter on Racism

The District Superintendents and Association Presidents of The Christian and Missionary Alliance issue an open letter denouncing racism and injustice.

Moving the Bell

A veteran Alliance missionary offers a timeless lesson on race relations.

Caring in West Africa: Street Children

An Alliance team and its church partner provide meals four times a week to 100 street boys, who have gone hungry due to COVID-19 shutdowns.

He Still Does Miracles

After a pastor’s son left home to start a new job, word came that armed extremists had captured him.

silhouette looking forwardResources for Better Understanding Racism

Here are several resources to help untangle the complexities of an issue that continues to divide our nation.

Caring in Berlin

An Alliance team is grateful for the Alliance family’s generosity, allowing them to continue serving their community during the COVID-19 crisis, which has generated more questions about faith.