Our social-political work in Brussels is a lot about building and maintaining relationships. Covid-19 is seriously limiting the ability to do so. So, how is the Brussels office dealing with the current situation?
Building and maintaining relationships with parliamentarians and their staff, with policy makers, and with the many non-governmental organisations working in Brussels, is crucial for the work of the EEA office in the European Union’s capital.
We are talking with Auke Minnema, general director of the European Christian Political Movement (ECPM). The ECPM is a political party that wants to unite all Christian politicians in Europe. Auke is married with one daughter and lives in Antwerp, Belgium.READ MORE
This month, the European Evangelical Alliance is republishing 2 foundational documents which seek to answer these questions: EEA’s Socio-Political Approach. And the Socio-political Code of Conduct, which summarises the Approach in a few key principles.READ MORE
The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has shaken not only our private lives but also our daily work for the kingdom of God.READ MORE
As a contribution to these months’ EEA communication topic “The Bible and its Relevance in European Societies”, Evert Van de Poll´s new book “Christian Faith and the Making of Europe, Yesterday and Today” has been published in July 2020. Evert works as a pastor and professor of religious studies and theology, and directs theREAD MORE
The Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians (FEET) warmly invites theologians from Europe too participate in this year´s biennial conference, which will take place online from 28-29 August 2020.READ MORE
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