Youth Evangelical Alliance
The YEA, an arm of the National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka, is an interlink between young people and God’s mission in our nation. We aim to connect the two, uniting and equipping youth to further God’s mission in our land. We believe God’s work in a nation is holistic: it touches and transforms individuals and structures through the gospel of Christ. The YEA exists to awaken young people to this reality and fully engage them in God’s mission in our land. To this end, we serve as a platform that unites and equips youth for effective Christian witness in the nation. To achieve our vision, we seek to equip young people with the holistic mission and leadership to impact the nation for Jesus.
Some of our other initiatives include PaanKade, an online platform that promotes reflection and action on some contemporary issues; X-change, an offline platform that seeks to equip youth to grapple with pressing issues in society and the Nation Church Project, which brings together Christian youth leaders from different churches to mobilise prayer for the nation.
Connect with us on Facebook.com/nceaslyouthwing | Facebook.com/NCEASLYouthEA or follow us on Instagram @yeasrilanka
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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PaanKade is an online platform that promotes critical thinking among youth on issues such as environmental protection, politics, gender and mental health, among others.
From days ancient, the people of God resorted to many ways to articulate the mystery of God. After all, as seen in the Bible and particularly the Old Testament, there was a sense of incomprehensibility about the Most High that appeared to underline the effort made by the Biblical authors to present Him and his plans to its readers. Accordingly, we see different strategies and methods employed in the Scriptures, such as metaphors, various literary genres and styles to describe God. We often miss this aspect of Scripture in our engagement with it!
So how do we express Biblical truths today? More than just an open-ended question, there's a personal note in that question as well. How do WE express Biblical truths? Through the YEA, we are trying to explore a way of expressing our beliefs and truth in a not-so-common way. Design.