EEA adopts IHRA working definition of antisemitism

    Today, the European Evangelical Alliance has publicly expressed its adoption of the working definition of antisemitism of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) in a historic ceremony at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem.

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    The EEA has created a platform to provide its members and friends with prayer requests, ideas to help, resources and regular updates from its local partners and members on the Ukraine crisis.

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    HOPE 2022 - Register now!

    Registrations for this year’s HOPE 2022 are now open. The dedicated event page features insights into the programme, options for accommodation and travel information. Don’t hesitate and register for HOPE 2022 which takes place from 4-8 October 2022 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. 

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    Reactions of Evangelicals in Russia and Eurasia

    In open letters to Putin, the Russian Evangelical Alliance and the Baptists in Eurasia have appealed to President of the Russian Federation Wladimir Putin to stop the war and consider peacemaking initiaves. The Russian Pentecostals call for prayer and fasting against the war from 27 February to 31 March.


  • New cooperation platform Host4Ukraine now features Christian organisations on the landing page

    New cooperation platform Host4Ukraine now features Christian organisations on the landing page

    The Ukraine Response Coordination platform “Host4Ukraine.com” has successfully expanded its profile from a mere Airbnb for Ukrainian refugees to support Ukrainians in all possible areas such as food, medical care, shelter or donations. Resulting from a partnership between EEA and Host4Ukraine.com, the website can now be used by churches and organisations to publicise their offers for Ukrainian refugees.

  • Jews of India: A Jewish-Christian Relationship

    Jews of India: A Jewish-Christian Relationship

    For long centuries, India has been the home for Jews, and they have imbibed the Indian culture beautifully. Paradoxically, even after their long stay in India, they maintained their identity. As  Rabbi Ezekiel Isaac Malekar, Head Priest of the Synagogue Judah Hyam Hall New Delhi, describes it,”Israel is in my heart, India is in my blood.” It is said that India is perhaps the only country in the world in which, through the long centuries, Jews have dwelt in complete security and have always been treated honourably in the social structure of the land.

  • HOPE 2022 – What is the “HOPE FOR EUROPE EXPERIENCE”?

    HOPE 2022 – What is the “HOPE FOR EUROPE EXPERIENCE”?

    The Hope for Europe Experience is an opportunity to engage with what is going on in and around Europe through the experience of over 18 networks that work with the EEA. Not only will we have a chance to listen but also to participate, to share, to create, to question, to respond, to network, to understand, to learn, to grow, to plan and to be encouraged together as Evangelicals living and working in Europe.

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    Book recommendation

    One of the main groups of religious people that Jesus had to deal with were the Pharisees. Jesus had several encounters with them, and He frequently socialised with them. In fact, He and the Pharisees had a number of religious convictions in common. Nevertheless, at times, He was also very confrontational in his approach to them. Particularly their interpretation of the religious law brought them into conflict with Jesus. But in His love for them, Jesus invited them to an intimate relationship with God the Father.


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  • East differs from West
    East differs from West
    • May 12, 2022

    Raising one’s voice in a discussion or a confrontation in Switzerland can be interpreted as insecurity or not having self-control. This is not the done thing. In many Eastern European countries, it is the other way around. It is interpreted as insecurity when one does not raise one’s voice. Not speaking up strongly shows that I am not really convinced of my point of view.


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