Let’s start by clarifying, what AI is and is not. AI is not some kind of science-fiction super-intelligent humanoid robotic which wants to take over the world as we know it. AI is not even intelligent (although some might disagree). AI is a subset of computer science, involving the coding (by programmers) of algorithmic systems based on statistical mathematical models, which essentially collects, collates, models, and aggregates data to find patterns and trends faster.
New York, NY – March 7, 2014 At the annual meeting of the International Council of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) in New York, Rev. Dr. Geoff Tunnicliffe, Secretary General and Chief Executive Officer of the WEA, shared with the Council that he would not be seeking a third term in the beginning of 2015.READ MORE
At the beginning of February 2014, the Mission-Net Board evaluated the impact and results of the recent Congress in Germany. Based on that evaluation and the fact that the financial break-even point was reached plus much positive feedback it was decided to plan for a fourth Congress at the end of 2015. Certain needed changesREAD MORE
Religious Freedom in Turkey Turkey’s Association of Protestant Churches’ “2013_Rights_Violations_Report” shows some encouraging signs regarding how Turkey treats its Protestant Christian minority. We are encouraged by the contact between Protestant leaders and the Prime Minister and the possibility that there may be an option of Christian religious education within schools. However, EEA stands with our TurkishREAD MORE
WEA Announces Postponement of Upcoming General Assembly New York, NY – February 11, 2014 It is with reluctance that the International Council of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) announces the postponement of its General Assembly, planned for Seoul, South Korea, October 2014. The decision centered on recent internal divisions among the evangelical community and challengesREAD MORE
The European Evangelical Alliance brings together both the national Evangelical Alliances of Europe and a large number of pan-European mission agencies.
The EEA exists to foster unity and evangelical identity and provide a voice and platform to evangelical Christians.
Seeking empowerment by the Holy Spirit, it extends the Kingdom of God by proclamation
of the Gospel to all nations and by Christ-centred transformation within society.
Bad Blankenburg/Germany, 13 June 2019 Thérèse Swinters, facilitator of the European Disability Network (EDN), has been honoured for her ground-breaking work over the past 15 years by receiving the HOPE Award 2019. The award was presented to Ms. Swinters on 12 June 2019 during this year’s General Assembly of the European Evangelical Alliance (EEA) inRead more
We would like to invite intercessors from around Europe to join us in prayer for the European Nations. The Prayer Network together with Julia Doxat-Purser the EEA socio-political representative & religious liberty coordinator have started a monthly online prayer meetings. During our one hour meetings we stand in prayer together for the Nations of Europe.Read more
From October 8 – 13 370 evangelical leaders gathered in the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia, to pray, share, discuss and think about this big question. European Evangelical Missionary Association (EEMA) facilitated the Missions Track. Jesus is the hope for Europe! There was no doubt about that. The challenge is how to spread this hopeRead more