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DOV focus on Asia 2005 launched

Posted on 13 April 2005

The World Council of Churches’ (WCC) Decade to Overcome Violence (DOV) Asia Focus 2005 was formally launched during the 12th General Assembly of the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) held in Chiang Mai, Thailand from 31 March to 6 April 2005. “Asia will be the window for the rest of the world through which the […]



God Who Matters

Posted on 11 April 2005

God who matters is the latest publication from the CCA. It is a compilation of select ecumenical sermons and lecures, delivered on different occasions by AHN Jae Woong, during his tenure as the general secretary of CCA. “I must acknowledge that this publication was made possible through my involvement in the ecumenical movement, especially CCA,” […]



Tainan Seminary hosts theological roundtable meeting

Posted on 4 February 2005

On January 9-12, a group of representatives of theological movements and associations of theological education in Asia met in Shoki Coe House at Tainan Theological College and Seminary TTCS)in Tainan, Taiwan, to share their assessment of Asian contextual theologies and their dreams of working together. The words of Huang Po Ho, president of the Tainan […]



A new publication

Posted on 3 February 2005

A History of the Ecumenical Movement in Asia, Volume II, is a collection of essays, written by a team of distinguished ecumenical leaders and edited by Ninan Koshy, providing invaluable information on and insightful interpretation of the major themes that have enriched the life of the ecumenical movement in Asia. Beginning with a brilliant presentation […]




Posted on 2 February 2005

Consultation on ecumenical ministry in post-tsunami situation Thirty-three participants from 14 countries gathered in Sri Lanka from 26 to 30 January 2005 for a Christian Conference of Asia-initiated consultation on the theme “Ecumenical Ministry in Post-Tsunami Situation.” Among the participants were representatives from the countries devastated by the December 26 tsunami: Thailand,...



CCA workshop on post-tsunami situation

Posted on 25 January 2005

The Christian Conference of Asia will organise soon a workshop on “Ecumenical ministry in post-tsunami situation.” The 27-30 January workshop in Colombo, Sri Lanka is expected to produce a common policy, strategy and some dynamics for ecumenical ministry in the post-tsunami situation in Asia. One of the objectives of the workshop is to develop a […]




Posted on 17 January 2005

Communiqué from the CCA Workshop on Strengthening Inter-Local Ecumenical Solidarity for Uprooted People ‘Kawthoolei’ is a Karen word that conveys the sense of an ideal nation- inclusive, just, devoid of evil and oppression, where all of God’s creation lives in plurality but in harmony recognising the multidimensional gifts of God to creation. All of humankind […]




Posted on 30 December 2004

Dear friends: The death and destruction across the coastal areas of several south and southeast Asian nations caused by the deadly tsunami triggered by an earthquake off the Sumatra island in Indonesia on the morning after the Christmas Day in 2004 has plunged the entire region in shock and grief. More than 75,000 people have […]



A Christmas Message from the Officers of the CCA

Posted on 1 December 2004

“Do not be afraid; for see — I am bringing you good news of great joy for all the people: to you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is the Messiah, the Lord.” (Luke 2:10-11, NRSV) Just as the first Christmas happened at a time of great fear and […]




Posted on 18 November 2004

“Women and HIV/AIDS: Woman, great is your faith” The World Health Organization declared the first World AIDS Day in 1988. The day, 1 December, quickly became established as one of the world’s most successful commemorative days and is now recognized and celebrated by a diverse range of constituents every year around the globe. Then, in […]


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