Derek Copley, former president and long-time highly engaged and much esteemed volunteer worker of the EEA passed away on Christmas day.
Father God, full of mercy and grace, in your compassion we have our strong foundation in time and eternity. In the years you have given us in the past and in the years to come.
The Evangelical Alliance Week of Prayer (WOP) is a worldwide but mostly Europe-wide observed initiative with material provided by the European Evangelical Alliance. WOP 2021 takes place under the theme “Bible Engagement”. Throughout 8 days readers are invited to engage with the Bible following the verbs: read, live, share, invite, think, experience, hear, worship. WeREAD MORE
On the occasion of the ‘Year of the Bible’ endorsed by the World Evangelical Alliance, the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) is focusing on the communication theme ‘The Relevance of the Bible for European Societies’ for the second half of the year 2020. Jeff Fountain, initiator of the Schuman Center for European Studies, has devoted a series of articles in his weekly column ‘Weekly Word’ to the relevance of the Bible to numerous areas of life in European society and has kindly agreed to make these articles available to the EEA.READ MORE
Did you know that every four and a half years, every nation on earth has its human records thoroughly checked by the United Nations (UN)? And did you know that it is not that hard for national Evangelical Alliances to help shine a light on where you think your nation needs to do better? Basically, every 3 years, the UN questions every country very thoroughly in a “universal periodic review” (UPR). And the wonderful World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) team at the UN in Geneva could help you submit a report on the human rights issues which concern you most.READ MORE
When we think about Freedom of Religion or Belief, we often think about ‘the persecuted church’, brothers and sisters in North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, or Pakistan who are paying a heavy price for following Jesus. And they do, no doubt about it. But the term ‘the persecuted church’, justified as the use may be, can easily create a certain distance.READ MORE
In 2020, we are prayerfully asking for a further 20.000€ of donations from our supporters that will mainly be used for development measures for our EEA
Hope for Europe Networks.
We are looking for 200 supporters
across Europe who are willing to
contribute 100€. –
Are you one of them?
We want to enable continuous
exchange between our members and
friends and have therefore introduced
the monthly EEA Zoom Café.
Join us for a time of refreshment,
inspiration, and exchange every last Wednesday of the month.
For many, the principle of the separation of church and state suggests that religion has no role in modern politics. Democracy, we are told, comes to us from the Greeks; so who needs religion when it comes to politics?Read more
The overarching communication theme for the European Evangelical Alliance in the second half of the year 2020 is “The Relevance of the Bible in European Societies”. Readers of the EEA Newsletter are being presented with different perspectives on this topic over the course of several EEA newsletter editions. We were delighted by the opportunity to conduct an interview with Léa Köves, speaker and employee of the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM) in France.Read more
The Bible, with its myths, miracles and fanciful descriptions of angels and demons, has been a major barrier to the emergence of modern science. Only when the Renaissance and the Enlightenment freed modern minds from the medieval superstition of this book could the Scientific Age really begin.Read more