It is our pleasure to inform you that the English version of the Week of Prayer 2021 material is now available on our website.
The Week of Prayer 2021 will take place from 10-17 January 2021 under the theme “Bible engagement” and we would like to invite you to already start working with the date and the theme of the Week of Prayer.
Christians are always expected to pray for our political leaders (1 Timothy 2: 1-4). But, in this Covid-19 season, our prayers have been needed more than ever. Politicians have faced an impossibly steep learning curve as they have struggled to keep citizens alive, healthy, fed and able to survive economically.READ MORE
The European Evangelical Alliance’s annual General Assembly 2020 was supposed to take place from 8-11 June in Albania under the theme “Journeying together – European Voice, Local Traction”. More details on the online alternative programme and the speakers can be found on the dedicated event subpage.READ MORE
Spain is going through the worst crisis we can remember since our country became a modern democracy 40 years ago. The new coronavirus has killed more than 21,000 people and infected at least 200,000. Our evangelical congregations have not been spared in this pandemic, and I am among those who were hospitalized with COVID-19.READ MORE
How do faith communities act in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic and respond to frequently asked questions in this respect? The Theological Commissions of the World Evangelical Alliance and the European Evangelical Alliance have edited a joint document, in order to give Biblical perspectives and practical guidelines.READ MORE
by Johannes Reimer Maybe it is time for reconciliation Kathryn Jean Lopez article in the Catholic News magazine “Our Sunday Visitor” on reconciliation in times of Corona has inspired me deeply. “Maybe it is time for reconciliation” states Lopez to her Catholic readers. Locked in our apartments, each one of us has plentyREAD MORE