• Yes to acceptance!

    Yes to acceptance!0

    As churches of Europe we want to make a strong statement for acceptance of all races. We are FOR love of all people and AGAINST every fear of people who are different from us. We believe in the value of every human life. We believe all people are created after the image of God equally.

  • The Unmuted Gospel

    The Unmuted Gospel0

    A minority pastor’s message to the majority church   By Cedrick Brown   What do I think? What do I say? What do I feel? What do I do?   As I am inundated with the horrifically painful images of more black men, like me, dying nonsensical deaths like Ahmaud Arbery and George Floyd, these

  • Overwhelmed by the amount of biblical heritage in Europe

    Overwhelmed by the amount of biblical heritage in Europe0

    The overarching communication theme for the European Evangelical Alliance in the second half of the year 2020 will be “The Relevance of the Bible in European Societies”. Readers of the EEA Newsletter will be presented with different perspectives on this topic over the course of the coming EEA newsletter editions. To get the series started we were delighted by the opportunity to conduct an interview with Dr. Andrzej Turkanik, the founder and Executive Director of the Quo Vadis Institute in Salzburg/Austria. Dr. Turkanik is a friend and close companion of the EEA’s activities and serves voluntarily in the EEA’s “Issachar project” group.

  • The Lost Code and Swords Into Ploughshares

    The Lost Code and Swords Into Ploughshares0

    With the beginning of the second half of 2020 and on the occasion of the ‘Year of the Bible’ endorsed by the World Evangelical Alliance, the EEA is now focusing on a new communication theme for the next six months, ‘The Relevance of the Bible for European Societies’. 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 European Evangelical Alliance.

  • European Voice, Local Traction – looking back on a General Assembly of a special kind

    European Voice, Local Traction – looking back on a General Assembly of a special kind0

    From 8 – 11 June 2020 the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) met for its annual General Assembly. Due to the current COVID-19 crisis the physical meeting had to be cancelled, but in order to facilitate a get-together of EEA friends and members despite the circumstances, an alternative program for an online implementation was designed. For this reason, more than 130 participants from more than 25 countries gathered online for the four online meetings to take a deeper look at the inside of Evangelical entities, reflect together on the impact of European Evangelicals and jointly explore God´s work in today´s Europe.

  • Looking at Europe – Seeing God at Work

    Looking at Europe – Seeing God at Work0

    We started off […] [the General Assembly 2020] looking at Europe and we suggested different ways we could look at Europe. But as Connie reminded us […] [in her bible study on day 3], looking and seeing are not the same thing. As the spies entered the promised land [in Numbers 13:21], it wasn´t that they saw different things; they saw things differently. And as we all know the familiar text from john 519, Jesus said, “The Son of Man does only what he sees the Father doing”. So, we started off talking about looking and I want us to finish off talking about seeing.