EEA Week of Prayer, 2017

“Here I stand. I can do no other!” It is said that Luther after one day of consideration declared these famous words at the court of Charles V in Worms. These words made him an outlaw. But these words also made him the man who laid the foundation for our modern understanding of Freedom of Conscience.

“Try my claims with Scripture and prove me wrong, if you can, and I will revoke what I have said.” These were the words which went before his above declaration.

The Evangelical Alliance Week of Prayer 2017 is based on the Solas, Alone by/through which marked the reformation, made Luther and many others outlaws and yet transformed the world. (read more)




On my Swiss flight from Brussels to Zürich I got a chocolate the other day. It said on it:

Season’s Greetings
Frohe Festtage
Bonnes fêtes
Buone feste
Bellas festas

Every year I stumble over this and I am times and again amazed how a so called politically correct minority with an agenda (more)


Join us in prayer

From January 8 to 15, 2017 many churches all over Europe will join together in prayer for a week.

The Theme of 2017 Week of Prayer is: Unique

The theme aligns with 2017 being the Jubilee Reformation year. The theme Unique will engage with the 3 sola’s, connected with the Reformation: Sola Scriptura, Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, Solus Christus (only by Scripture, only by faith, only by Grace and Christ alone).

The materials of the Week of Prayer offer a devotional for each day, based on a verse from the Bible and prayer points. The prayer points are aimed at Europe, unity personal reflection.

We hope you join us in Prayer; download the materials here.

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In this first episode about the asylum and refugee crisis in Europe, Christel discusses the idea of “limits to generosity” and explains what refugees can expect: to be welcomed generously and in fairness

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