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    Week Of Prayer Material for 2022 is now available on YouVersion!

    The material for the Evangelical Alliance Week of Prayer 2022 under the theme “Sabbath – Living According to God’s Rhythm” can now be found on YouVersion!

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    Exciting News about the Hope for Europe Conference 2022

    In challenging times like these, the light of hope shines brighter than ever. So, despite all the distress, we as followers of Jesus and believers also see the great opportunities for the proclamation of the Gospel and the building of the Kingdom of God in Europe. 

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    Reflections on COP26

    COP26 was a very different COP. What we expect to come out of any COP meeting is strong and good decisions that are binding that will lead to ensuring that the issue of Climate Change is addressed and all the nations in the world play their part in ensuring that. Perhaps we are a bit disappointed with COP26 because we did not get the strong commitments that we wanted to keep global temperature rise to below 1.5. However, in spite of all this, I have come back from Glasgow more hopeful. This was the 4th time that I was attending a COP meeting – the previous times being the COP in Lima, Paris and Bonn.

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    The Joseph Principle

    There’s a pattern throughout history: God uses seemingly adverse circumstances for His glory. We might almost call this the Joseph Principle – “you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good” (Genesis 50:20).

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  • Global Charter Press Release

    Global Charter Press Release

    An international group of leading academics and activists launched The Global Charter of Consciencetoday to expose the growing tensions across the world surrounding freedom of thought, conscience and religion – freedoms that are supposed to be protected by Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Charter was launched in the European Parliament, Brussels,

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  • Co-belligerence: a resource or a threat?

    “Why do Evangelical believers collaborate with non-evangelicals?” “Why do they sign the same petitions with people of other faith communities?” “Why do they support initiatives of people of different persuasions and backgrounds?” These questions express concerns that are widespread in the Evangelical community, especially but not exclusively in situations where Evangelicals are a minority. A

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  • What should our expectations be?
    What should our expectations be?
    • December 1, 2021

    When talking with Christians about the state of the church in Europe I often detect the underlying expectation and longing that things should go back to what we call Christendom. A time where the institutionalised Christian faith set the parameters for all areas of life. A time when the power was in the hands of “the Christians”. But, was that time really a good time as we consider its fruits? Much was good but when I look at today’s world, at its reactions against those times, I see its downsides as well.

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