• Any future for the European Union?

    Any future for the European Union?0

    That’s not a question only Britons have asked themselves. What is left of the original dream of the EU’s founding fathers? And where is the EU going? Is the European Union still a Christian project and should it be?

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  • One brilliant project among thousands – a launderette that changes lives

    One brilliant project among thousands – a launderette that changes lives0

    Countless Evangelical churches and organisations across Europe are involved in welcoming and caring for asylum seekers and refugees. Some have done so for decades. Others have responded to more recent refugee arrivals. Here’s the story of just one great project.

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  • Albania and the European Union

    Albania and the European Union0

    • NEWS
    • October 12, 2021

    Albania is one of several countries in official accession talks to join the European Union. EEA invited Pastor Ylli Doçi, President of the Albanian Evangelical Alliance – VUSH – to share his personal thoughts. What makes him proud to be Albanian? What are his hopes for how Albania might influence the EU and vice versa? How can we pray for Albanian Evangelicals?

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  • EEA members in the spotlight

    EEA members in the spotlight0

    The European Evangelical Alliance is really proud of the fantastic socio-political work done by many of our members. So we wanted to honour them by asking a few to give us a taste of what they have been doing.

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  • BXL Bubble Inc.

    BXL Bubble Inc.0

    • NEWS
    • October 12, 2021

    I was tempted to call this piece Observations from the Brussels’ Bubble, but the Brussels’ Bubble isn’t complete without abbreviations. Any document out of the BXL car exhaust comes with at least half a page of abbreviations and their explanation, just as a belittling gesture to those who don’t really belong in the BXL Bubble.

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  • How safe is your church and your community?

    How safe is your church and your community?0

    Over the last few years, across Europe we have seen several attacks on churches and priests. And just recently, the offices of the Swiss Evangelical Alliance were adorned with graffiti protesting the SEA’s position on the right to life in Switzerland. Most of these incidents don’t make headlines so there might be examples of violence against religious buildings and communities in your neighbourhood as well.

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