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    EEA adopts IHRA working definition of antisemitism

    Today, the European Evangelical Alliance has publicly expressed its adoption of the working definition of antisemitism of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) in a historic ceremony at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.

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    The EEA has created a platform to provide its members and friends with prayer requests, ideas to help, resources and regular updates from its local partners and members on the Ukraine crisis.

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    HOPE 2022 - Register now!

    Registrations for this year’s HOPE 2022 are now open. The dedicated event page features insights into the programme, options for accommodation and travel information. Don’t hesitate and register for HOPE 2022 which takes place from 4-8 October 2022 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. 

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    Reactions of Evangelicals in Russia and Eurasia

    In open letters to Putin, the Russian Evangelical Alliance and the Baptists in Eurasia have appealed to President of the Russian Federation Wladimir Putin to stop the war and consider peacemaking initiaves. The Russian Pentecostals call for prayer and fasting against the war from 27 February to 31 March.

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  • An Ordinary Ukrainian?!

    An Ordinary Ukrainian?!

    As soon as we start thinking that we finally got used to the sirens, and learned to cope with stress, it hits us hard and knocks us off our feet.

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  • On Family, Trust, and Religion

    On Family, Trust, and Religion

    In September 2021, the decision was made to focus our EEA communications work in the first half of 2022 on the theme “East meets West – West meets East”. The aim was to create a platform for dialogue with our newsletters, particularly between Western and Eastern Europe, where we could hear one another, learn from each other and celebrate that together we are the Body of Christ in Europe. Never had we thought that this topic would get such a different connotation as it is the case now. Due to the current Ukraine war and many resulting encounters of people from Western Europe and Ukraine in host families, at work or in aid projects, the interview in this edition will deal with the understanding of family, trust and religion in the context of the UK and Ukraine.

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  • Miracles in the Darkness

    Miracles in the Darkness

    When Russia invaded Ukraine, churches all over the country mobilized to help those affected by the war. They evacuate people from war zones and provide food, water, medicine and other supplies, shelter, and spiritual and emotional support. Those who serve others often risk their own lives, but they have also witnessed miracles of God’s provision and protection in the middle of chaos. Following are some stories from one of the 13,000 Evangelical churches in Ukraine, in the town of Vyshneve near Kyiv.

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  • A Glass of Water

    A Glass of Water

    It seems to be so normal to be able to open the tap and get a glass of water whenever we want it. Fleeing Ukraine, nothing is normal anymore. The following story happened at the Ukrainian border, where a World Without Orphans Romania is working together with various Romanian churches and organizations.

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  • East differs from West
    East differs from West
    • May 12, 2022

    Raising one’s voice in a discussion or a confrontation in Switzerland can be interpreted as insecurity or not having self-control. This is not the done thing. In many Eastern European countries, it is the other way around. It is interpreted as insecurity when one does not raise one’s voice. Not speaking up strongly shows that I am not really convinced of my point of view.

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