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  • What should our expectations be?

    What should our expectations be?0

    When talking with Christians about the state of the church in Europe I often detect the underlying expectation and longing that things should go back to what we call Christendom. A time where the institutionalised Christian faith set the parameters for all areas of life. A time when the power was in the hands of “the Christians”. But, was that time really a good time as we consider its fruits? Much was good but when I look at today’s world, at its reactions against those times, I see its downsides as well.

  • Unlocking Expectations:  Collaborative Peacebuilding with Neighbors

    Unlocking Expectations: Collaborative Peacebuilding with Neighbors0

    As part of our overarching communication theme of “Unlocking Expectations” in times of the pandemic in the second half of 2021, readers of the EEA Newsletter are being presented with a variety of perspectives on the topic in several issues of the EEA Newsletter. We are very pleased that Bryan Carey has agreed to answer some of our questions for the final edition on the topic.

  • Reflections on COP26

    Reflections on COP260

    COP26 was a very different COP. What we expect to come out of any COP meeting is strong and good decisions that are binding that will lead to ensuring that the issue of Climate Change is addressed and all the nations in the world play their part in ensuring that. Perhaps we are a bit disappointed with COP26 because we did not get the strong commitments that we wanted to keep global temperature rise to below 1.5. However, in spite of all this, I have come back from Glasgow more hopeful. This was the 4th time that I was attending a COP meeting – the previous times being the COP in Lima, Paris and Bonn.

  • New resources: Changing Church – Climate Change

    New resources: Changing Church – Climate Change0

    A series of resources to equip the church to respond to the climate crisis with gospel motivation   Climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing our world today. Society and the church […] continue to wrestle with how to respond and take action.   The Evangelical Alliance [UK] has put together [several]