- January 25, 2019
The average European is better informed than ever in history! Really?
It is true that the average European gets more news, more information than ever. There are more channels of information. And I note that these channels produce an ever-increasing avalanche of 24/7 information.READ MORE
Damon Rose writes in a BBC News Blog: “Like many disabled people, I am often approached by Christians who want to pray for me to be healed. While they may be well-intentioned, these encounters often leave me feeling judged as faulty and in need of repair.
Click to read the entire April newsletter. Do you want to receive the EEA bimonthly newsletter? Subscribe here. EDITORIAL Shaping the future of our continent by voting The European Parliament Elections 23-26 May 2019. What will Europe look like in 5 years’ time? The European Parliament will help decide. That is why the European EvangelicalREAD MORE
You’ve read correctly. A new church is to be built in our parish in Zurich in the next few years. We want this building, which will replace our present church, to become a spiritual and holistic home in the ecosystem “area Hirzenbach” and beyond.READ MORE
Small size, big impact
Last week we celebrated the 25th anniversary of the of the EEA office in Brussels. In looking back, we realised how instrumental the presence of the EEA in Brussels has been over the past years. When the EEA started its office on the 9th of January 1994 many EU officials thought that Christianity was something which was on its way out and would keep losing influence. Therefore, Freedom of Religion or Belief was not on their agenda.
Click to read the entire DECEMBER newsletter. Do you want to receive the EEA bimonthly newsletter? Subscribe here. EDITORIAL Dreaming towards… In her last Micha Global Editorial Sheryl Haw wrote the following: Have our organisational goals and dreams been superseded by pursuing the means, losing sight of our goals and dreams? Do our Board meetings focusREAD MORE
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