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).


  • The Christmas gift for people living with dementia

    The Christmas gift for people living with dementia

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    • December 1, 2021

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Supermarket shelves are full of all things Christmassy, and Sainsbury’s is handing out its seasonal food order forms. After months of Covid separation friends and families are planning to celebrate a ‘proper’ Christmas, one that includes worshipping together again in ‘real’ church services. And the company, the celebrations and the worship can bring a special blessing for people living with dementia.

  • Looking back on the Balkan Meeting in Thessaloniki on Shalom & Shalom-Building

    Looking back on the Balkan Meeting in Thessaloniki on Shalom & Shalom-Building

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    • December 1, 2021

    […] In September 2021, I had the privilege to be invited as the keynote speaker and workshop leader for the […] [Balkan Meeting in Thessaloniki], specifically to talk about the biblical concept of peace and the work of peacebuilding. There were 16 leaders of National Evangelical Alliances from across the Balkans who attended the three-day conference, mostly in person and a couple online.

  • Hope for Europe Conference 2022

    Hope for Europe Conference 2022

    From 4th to 8th October 2022 the next HOPE conference under the title “Builders connected – Celebrating the Kingdom of God” will take place in Sarajevo / Bosnia-Herzegovina. The conference is being organized by the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) together with partners and other co-organizers.

  • EEA Statement on the situation on the Belarus – EU border

    EEA Statement on the situation on the Belarus – EU border

    The Belarussian government is using human beings as pawns in their desire to push back against the European Union (EU) for imposing sanctions upon the regime. They are choosing to invite and facilitate the travel of migrants from the Middle East to Belarus and then taking them to the EU border.


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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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