• How to live together in an increasingly diverse society

    How to live together in an increasingly diverse society0

    About ten years ago, the European Evangelical Alliance launched The Global Charter of Conscience. But now, the document is more relevant than ever. In the Global Charter of Conscience, we plead for a civil public square with a space for each and every opinion, regardless whether the opinion is religiously or non-religiously motivated.

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  • Watch EEA´s February Zoom Café on Conspiracy Theories

    Watch EEA´s February Zoom Café on Conspiracy Theories0

    The monthly EEA Zoom Café brings together EEA members, networks and friends every last Wednesday of the month.

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  • Bible Engagement in times of COVID-19

    Bible Engagement in times of COVID-190

    • NEWS
    • February 10, 2021

    In the coming five months of 2021, the overarching communications theme for the European Evangelical Alliance will be “Bible Engagement”. As this year’s Week of Prayer (WoP) focused on the same topic, we are very pleased that Andi Bachmann-Roth, new General Secretary of the Swiss Evangelical Alliance and co-leader of the project team for this year’s WoP material, has agreed to answer some of our questions.

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  • YouVersion and the Week of Prayer 2021

    YouVersion and the Week of Prayer 20210

    • NEWS
    • February 10, 2021

    With many worship services and other church activities cancelled due to Covid-19, many digital tools supporting Bible engagement have seen record-breaking user numbers in 2020. YouVersion, for example, reported the highest level of Bible engagement in their app history. Especially countries on the African continent but also in Europe, including Belgium and the UK, showed an increase of Bible engagement on the platform of between 20-60%.

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  • Leading with creativity and courage in challenging times – Learning from the example of Deborah (Judges 4 and 5)

    Leading with creativity and courage in challenging times – Learning from the example of Deborah (Judges 4 and 5)0

    By Amanda Jackson, Executive Director of WEA’s Women’s Commission    What are we meant to be making of this time? We want wisdom and we want to know what to do! But maybe we also need to wait, willing to adapt, ready to worship, so we can sense God’s direction. We could look at some

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  • From India: Persecution of Christians in the Curfew of Covid – A Report on 2020

    From India: Persecution of Christians in the Curfew of Covid – A Report on 20200

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    • February 10, 2021

    The Corona-19 virus pandemic impacted India as much as it did the world, leaving, till December end 2020, more than 10.5 million Indian hospitalised, and 151,000 dead.
    The Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, in a national telecast announced a nation-wide total lockdown on March 24. With all industrial, business and tertiary economic activity at a standstill, more than 400 million workers would be poverty stricken, as per estimates by the International Labour Organisation.

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