In a spirit of servanthood the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean exists to unite Evangelical Christians in the Caribbean, giving them a regional identity, voice, and platform to extend the Kingdom of God through Christ-centered proclamation of the Gospel to all peoples, discipling the nations, and the transformation of society.
Every Church empowered to transform Caribbean society through biblical discipleship so that poverty is reduced, peace (shalom-wholeness) is increased, public justice is ensured, and national righteousness develops.
Empowering the Church to transform society.
Throughout the islands of the Caribbean, including the Spanish, French, English, and Dutch islands and including those Central and South American countries which traditionally relate to the Caribbean islands, namely Belize, Guyana, Guyane (French Guiana), and Suriname.
Providing Evangelicals with a regional identity, presence, and a representative voice,
Providing a structure for fellowship and cooperation,
Developing a network of information and resources for holistic ministry,
Identifying critical needs through research and consultations,
Enabling respected theologians to develop position papers on crucial issues,
Encouraging national saturation church planting,
Promoting cross-cultural missions,
Fostering relief, development, and reconciliation ministries,
Influencing public policies to achieve justice and peace,
Training of church leadership,
Disseminating information to churches,
Establishing specialised ministries, e.g., women, youth, family life, etc.
Raising the needed resources for ministries."
"The value of networking with leaders across the region produces a synergy that enables us to make quantum leaps where in the past we have only been able to see incremental development with individuals working in isolation."
Rev. Ken Ragoonath / Immediate Past President, EAC.
"I am very impressed by the proactive role that is consistently exhibited by the EAC in being a voice in the Caribbean. I wish that every child of God would understand the need to be integrally involved in issues of their land whether these are political, business, or religious."
Anita Charles / St. Vincent
"Participating actively in EAC, and manifesting biblical love and Christian respect to each other is one great way to take seriously the prayer of Christ that His body, the Church, should be one. Together we do make a difference.”
Rev. Dr. Wingrove Taylor
Past President, EAC.
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