Author's Posts

  • At your service

    At your service0

    Freedom of religion or belief for all has always been a top priority for EEA, for our work in Brussels but also for our interactions with our members and partners. The people most qualified to understand and respond well to the freedom of religion problems in a nation are, of course, those in that nation. So EEA is dedicated to strengthening its national Evangelical Alliances so that they can play their important role.

    READ MORE
  • Law & Justice

    Law & Justice0

    • NEWS
    • December 2, 2020

    On the occasion of the ‘Year of the Bible’ endorsed by the World Evangelical Alliance, the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) is focusing on the communication theme ‘The Relevance of the Bible for European Societies’ for the second half of the year 2020. Jeff Fountain, initiator of the Schuman Center for European Studies, has devoted a series of articles in his weekly column ‘Weekly Word’ to the relevance of the Bible to numerous areas of life in European society and has kindly agreed to make these articles available to the EEA.

    READ MORE
  • Putting your nation in the spotlight at the United Nations

    Putting your nation in the spotlight at the United Nations0

    Did you know that every four and a half years, every nation on earth has its human records thoroughly checked by the United Nations (UN)? And did you know that it is not that hard for national Evangelical Alliances to help shine a light on where you think your nation needs to do better? Basically, every 3 years, the UN questions every country very thoroughly in a “universal periodic review” (UPR). And the wonderful World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) team at the UN in Geneva could help you submit a report on the human rights issues which concern you most.

    READ MORE
  • Pray for the persecuted church

    Pray for the persecuted church0

    • NEWS
    • December 2, 2020

    When we think about Freedom of Religion or Belief, we often think about ‘the persecuted church’, brothers and sisters in North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, or Pakistan who are paying a heavy price for following Jesus. And they do, no doubt about it. But the term ‘the persecuted church’, justified as the use may be, can easily create a certain distance.

    READ MORE