- December 13, 2018
From October 8 – 13 370 evangelical leaders gathered in the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia, to pray, share, discuss and think about this big question. European Evangelical Missionary Association (EEMA) facilitated the Missions Track. Jesus is the hope for Europe! There was no doubt about that. The challenge is how to spread this hopeREAD MORE
Buy your “Unity in diversity” cards now! A unique thank you card for your supporters and friends – privately or as an organisation. As a follow-up of the Hope for Europe conference in Tallinn, we have printed Ain Vares’s painting “Unity in diversity” in two formats: Double card A6 and A5. The selling supports EEAREAD MORE
Christians pray for hope for their continent. Impressions from Tallinn prayer track at www.erfplus.de We all are witnessing the challenges Europe is facing at the moment. At the same time, according to an EU survey, Europe is more popular than ever. The question how and why to pray for Europe is getting more and moreREAD MORE
“Many participants left the conference enriched by the depth of gifting and calling within the body of Christ that are united in vision and purpose. The challenge remains to implement, on a national and European level, what has been learnt and experienced in Tallinn”.READ MORE
Arts have been one of the threads of the first two days of the Hope for Europe conference, in Tallinn (Estonia).
“Burn walls and start to build bridges”, Estonian spoken word rapper Joel Markus Anston sang to open the Wednesday evening plenary session.READ MORE
Thomas Bucher, general secretary of the European Evangelical Alliance emphasized the network element of the conference. The participants will meet in 17 networks (such as healthcare, refugee ministry, or the European Freedom Network, a ministry helping women trapped in forced prostitution).READ MORE