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    EFITC Webinar on Being the Church during this Pandemic

    Being the Church during this pandemic. Webinar presentation by Dr. Takatemjen Ao on 27th August 2020. Part of the five webinar series of EFI Theological Commission on issues related COVID-19. You can access it by clicking the link below.

    Webinar on Exploring Biblical Resources in Approaching Pandemics

    As part of the ongoing webinar series of the EFI Theological Commission on issues related to COVID-19, the fourth webinar was presented by Dr. Finny Philip. Dr. Philip spoke on “Exploring Biblical Resources in Approaching Pandemics”. Based in the city of Udaipur, Dr. Finny Philip serves as Principal of Filadelfia Bible College, a leading graduate

    Passing away of Mrs. Neelam Singh

    It is heart-breaking for us to share that our fellow-colleague and sister in Christ, Mrs. Neelam Singh has passed away today, 10th August 2020 at 6.25 am. Neelam worked with EFI since 2010 as an Accounts Officer. A strong believer, Neelam fought her battle with cancer very bravely since 2016, with a smile on her

    National Day of Prayer 2020

    This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. 1 John 5:14 Greetings in the precious name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, God loves the nation of India and is at work in it. The Church has been called to pray

    EFITC Webinar on God’s Providence and Human Agency

    EFI Theological Commission is organizing a series of 5 webinars on issues related to COVID-19. Today was the first webinar titled “God’s Providence and Human Agency (in the context of the Indian philosophy of ‘karma’)” and was presented by Canon Dr. Vinay Samuel. Around 70 participants from all over the globe joined us for this.

    EFI-RLC Half Yearly Report 2020

    Lynching, ostracization in targeted violence against Christians in first half of 2020 The absolute sense of impunity generated in the administrative apparatus of India by the Corona pandemic lockdown, and the consequent absence of civil society on the streets and in the courts, has aggravated the environment of targeted hate and violence against Christians in