- June 12, 2012
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.READ MORE
During a brainstorming meeting we had with some of the EEA staff members I, Jan, spoke about an image that had I had been working on in my mind and heart. It seemed to be the right narrative for this time that we are moving away from lockdowns and we also have a new leadership team. It is the image of a sailboat embarking on a fresh journey.READ MORE
Across Europe, some politicians are courting the “Christian vote”. The promise is of a Christian nation, the protection of Christian heritage and the strengthening of Christian values.
So how should Christians reflect on these political promises?
What does it mean to be a Christian nation?
What kind of nation pleases the Lord?
The European Evangelical Alliance is privileged to have loads of fantastic networks but we especially want to honour the European Freedom Network this year. The Christian humanitarian response to the Ukraine war, especially in nations bordering Ukraine and within Ukraine itself, has been unbelievable. But EFN’s specialist work to respond to the Ukraine war is remarkable.READ MORE
The number 1 socio-political issue of 2022 for the EEA family is, of course, the war in Ukraine. Russia’s renewed invasion and the resulting destruction, atrocities, trauma, injuries and deaths. It has been remarkable to see how Christians have led the way in welcoming and caring for those who had to flee the country. But, in this article, we want to focus on the Ukrainians themselves within the nation. Their example is humbling.READ MORE
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