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Document Thematic Address: Called to prophesy, reconcile and heal
Thematic Address presented at the 13th Assembly of the Christian Conference of Asia (CCA) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, by WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit on 15 April 2010.
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Document Pentecost message 2006
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Document Report of the first Echos meeting
Report of the first Echos meeting, May 2007.
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Document Called to be the Οne Church (revised draft)
Located in Resources / / 1. Statements & documents adopted / Christian unity and message to the churches
Document Called to be the One Church (as adopted)
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Document Message (as adopted)
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Document Message (first draft)
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Document Message (second draft)
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Document Amendments to the constitution and rules
(As adopted by the WCC 9th Assembly) Please note: Further amendments to the constitution have been approved by the WCC 10th Assembly.
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Document Constitution & rules of the WCC (as submitted for approval to the Assembly)
The WCC's constitution identifies the basis for, and the principles of membership, the purposes and functions, authority, and organization of the Council. Its rules give precise guidance concerning the roles, responsibilities and structure of the Council's various governing bodies, officers, committees, staff and partner organizations, the role of public statements, and the conduct of meetings. The constitution and rules will be submitted to the Assembly for amendment.
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