- January 23, 2019
Today the United Nations and the European Union are criticised from all sides by people of all faiths and none. When we ask why and how the UN and the EU came into existence, we discover that many of the key initiators were motivated by biblical values and ideals.READ MORE
In Search of Peace in Former Yugoslavia By Johannes Neudeck, originally published in Das Magazin für Gemeinschaften, Hauskreise, Gemeinden und Kleingruppen Some time ago I visited the Military History Museum of the German Armed Forces in Dresden. An exhibition focusing on man and the question of the causes and consequences of war andREAD MORE
“Being a peacemaker is a basic calling of Christians” 8 May 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe. There are very different perspectives on the end of the war and the topic “Peace in Europe” in different countries, generations and groups. Dr. Reinhardt Schink, the General Secretary of the German Evangelical Alliance, answered a few questions on this topic in a conversation.READ MORE
The European initiative “Women in Leadership” started 1993 under the umbrella of “Hope for Europe”.
A team of women from different European nations, rooted in the Evangelical Alliance, the Lausanne Movement or denominational networks, are since then planning and performing every second year “Women in Leadership”conferences
– to inspire, encourage and equip women for their personal life and in leadership
– to model, how God uses women in his Kingdom in a variety of ways
– to challenge women, to share the transforming Gospel with women in their country through united national initiatives.
What have an Iranian pastor in Brussels, an Afghani pastor in Athens, a Turkish pastor in London, a Pakistani pastor in Buckinghamshire, an Iranian leader from the UK, an Iraqi pastor from Bonn, an Algerian pastor from Paris, an Iraqi leader from the Netherlands, and a Somali believer from Sweden have in common?
They all came from their countries of origin to settle in Europe.
Montenegro’s Orthodox and evangelicals debate if new religion law is a blessing or a church-stealing curse. by Jayson Casper, originally published in Christianity Today Deep within the Orthodox heartlands of the Balkans, one might expect local evangelicals to celebrate the passage of Montenegro’s first religious freedom law. Instead, as tens ofREAD MORE