Lausanne World Pulse - International Bible Society: The Bible and HIV/AIDS
The International Bible Society (IBS) is using the life-changing power of scripture in the battle against the deadly HIV/AIDS virus.
Lausanne World Pulse - A Focus on East and South Africa: 349 Least-Reached People Groups
Amidst war, AIDS and other life-threatening factors, research shows that Christianity is growing faster in these regions than anywhere else in the world.
Lausanne World Pulse - Building Bridges in the West and the World on World AIDS Day
The Church is often known for what it stands against instead of what it stands for. As millions of people struggle with AIDS worldwide, the Church must come alongside them in love.
Lausanne World Pulse - LAUSANNE REPORTS - Mission through the Lens of AIDS
Nearly six hundred delegates attended the mission and AIDS track at Urbana 06.
Lausanne World Pulse - Themed Articles - The Prophetic Role of the Church in Egypt Toward
The Church’s role is to break the silence and talk openly with people to rebuild wrong thoughts about sex and HIV/AIDS. The Evangelical Church in Egypt is seeking to do just this.
I Choose Life-Africa: Turning the Tide on the HIV/AIDS Pandemic among University Students
In Kenya, HIV-prevalence, particularly among college-age students, is extremely high. I Choose Life—Africa is seeking to address this problem.
Lausanne World Pulse - Responding to HIV/AIDS “As You Go”
While there is a need for many Christians to undertake HIV/AIDS as a life calling, it is equally crucial that large numbers engage the pandemic where they are at now.
Lausanne World Pulse - HIV/AIDS and Holistic Evangelism: The Challenge for the Church
Reaching out to individuals with AIDS requires love and action.
Lausanne World Pulse - Forum of Bible Agencies International Addresses HIV/AIDS in Africa
Representatives from Bible agencies and other African ministries were challenged to reframe the HIV/AIDS discussion from “a problem that needs fixing” to “a life issue that needs to be addressed.”
Lausanne World Pulse - InterVarsity Makes AIDS a Priority Issue for Urbana 06
The United Nations reports that nearly forty million people in the world are infected with HIV/AIDS. In some countries in southern Africa, one third of the population is infected.