World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) is a global network of 7 regional and 121 national evangelical alliances, 104 organisational ministries, and 6 specialised ministries serving the worldwide church. The Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (EAC) is a full member of WEA and EAC's General Secretary sits on the International Leadership Team of WEA.
The International day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church is sponsored annually by the Religious Liberty Commission of the World Evangelical Alliance. The first two Sundays of November are set aside annually to pray for those Christians being persecuted. Christians are actively persecuted in more than 40 countries today. EAC encourages Christians everywhere to join in this crucial prayer event.
Established in late 1999 the Micah Network has grown into a world-wide group of more than 200 evangelical Christian relief, development and justice agencies. EAC is an associate member of the Micah Network.
The aim of the Micah Network is to create a dynamic process that facilitates collaborative action in:
- Strengthening the capacity of participating agencies to make a biblically-shaped response to the needs of the poor and oppressed.
- Speaking strongly and effectively regarding the nature of the mission of the Church to proclaim and demonstrate the love of Christ to a world in need.
- Prophetically calling upon and influencing the leaders and decision-makers of societies to "maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed and rescue the weak and needy".
Trainers of Pastors International Coalition (TOPIC) in partnership with World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) and the International Commission for Evangelical Theological Education (ICETE) has a multi-lingualonline database of training courses. The database is free for anyone to search and free to post information on courses of study.