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    The EEA Brussels office in Corona times

    Our social-political work in Brussels is a lot about building and maintaining relationships. Covid-19 is seriously limiting the ability to do so. So, how is the Brussels office dealing with the current situation? Building and maintaining relationships with parliamentarians and their staff, with policy makers, and with the many non-governmental organisations working in Brussels, is crucial for the work of the EEA office in the European Union’s capital.

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    Christian politics of little steps and coffee

    We are talking with Auke Minnema, general director of the European Christian Political Movement (ECPM). The ECPM is a political party that wants to unite all Christian politicians in Europe. Auke is married with one daughter and lives in Antwerp, Belgium.

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    Doing politics “right”

    This month, the European Evangelical Alliance is republishing 2 foundational documents which seek to answer these questions: EEA’s Socio-Political Approach. And the Socio-political Code of Conduct, which summarises the Approach in a few key principles.

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    EEA Bonn Office Offers Digital Conferencing Services to EEA Members and Networks

    The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has shaken not only our private lives but also our daily work for the kingdom of God.

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  • Faith in an ageing continent

    Faith in an ageing continent

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    • October 17, 2013

    In his third talk on crisis in Europe, Jim Memory focussed on demography, migration and religious trends. Migration is a part of Europe‘s identity crisis, with 6.8 % of the EU-27 group of countries people being migrants. Despite political efforts to support families, fertility in every EU country is below the reproduction level. This makes

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  • Impressions from General Assembly

    Maui Dwulat from Poland Rev. Guy Liagre receives “Deeply Rooted” by Jeff Fountain Pantelis from Greece EEA staff member Christel Ngnambi conversations during coffee break conversations during coffee break conversations during coffee break coversations during coffee break table groups youngest participant worship EEA board Jim Memory Jeff FountainREAD MORE
  • Searching for the Soul of Europe

    Searching for the Soul of Europe

    What did Evangelicals do in response to the challenge put in 1992 by Jacques Delors to find the soul of Europe within 10 years? At the EEA annual conference, Jeff Fountain, director of the Schuman Centre for European Studies gave a self-critical summary of Evangelical involvement in the public sphere. Christians seem to have not

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  • No use in being nostalgic – and no need to fear

    No use in being nostalgic – and no need to fear

    At its annual conference 2013, the EEA featured Jim Memory to speak on Christian response to the crisis in Europe. The British Evangelical thinker who has spent 15 years in Spain thinks of the present crisis as involving the economic, political, social, environmental and religious dimensions. Yet Christians are not to be overwhelmed by the

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The Relevance of the Bible in European Societies

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  • At your service
    At your service
    • December 2, 2020

    Freedom of religion or belief for all has always been a top priority for EEA, for our work in Brussels but also for our interactions with our members and partners. The people most qualified to understand and respond well to the freedom of religion problems in a nation are, of course, those in that nation. So EEA is dedicated to strengthening its national Evangelical Alliances so that they can play their important role.

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