The proposal to establish a regional Evangelical Alliance in Kaliningrad was well received and work has begun on formalizing the structures.
The eroticisation of girls is clearly the root of countless negative consequences for society and for women. I outline seven of them.
For several years our church was home to a community of Persian Christians. We worshipped together, studied scripture, and grew to be best friends. Years later, and dispersed ‘round the UK, almost all of them are still living as Christians.
Discretion and integrity are essential, but they shouldn’t go so far as to become scepticism and distrust. The roles of church leaders and immigration officials need clear differentiation.
I have visited the region several times and have been surprised each time by the vitality of the small but growing evangelical circles among the Caucasians.
For some time now, the political right in Germany has been using the term ‘remigration’ to seek a ethnic cleansing in the country. These views cannot be justified from a gospel perspective.
How urgent the problems in our world and how old-fashioned the proposed solutions at the World Economic Forum in Davos. Loss of trust and loss of faith may go hand in hand.
Today, secular Europeans have a very acute radar. They crave substance, not hype; what is real, not what is fake. They want God, not Christianity-lite. How can we meet this commendable need? By raising the bar spiritually.
As Christians, we’re called to model humility and civility in our interactions with people of other faiths and deep interest in the issues of public concern.
I feel ashamed that immigrants to our beautiful country would be bullied into not even being able to attend church, writes the leader of the Evangelical Alliance Ireland.
Unlike in most of the rest of Europe, there are no evangelicals in Spain who distance themselves from Protestantism. Why?
Maybe an event like this is something you could think about incorporating into your own evangelistic strategy at your church? The light that shines in the darkness is definitely worth celebrating!
The Brest Catechism of 1553 was the first book ever printed in Belarus. National and international researchers collaborated on this volume in Belarusian and English.
Evangelical Christians should stand up for people who are unjustly forcibly recruited, sent to the front, and forced to kill against their declared will and conscience.
Recent years have shown that the term “diversity” can become a weapon in the hands of rulers with clearly defined agendas and a willingness to impose their ideology.
NATO’s Deputy Secretary General, the Romanian Mircea Geoană, spoke about the central role of prayer in his life and in dealing with the war that is currently going on in Europe.
Experts, activists and NGO representatives from across Europe gathered for the first time in 3 years for European Freedom Network’s in-person conference in October.
About half of the Swedish population feels they cannot speak openly about their political and religious views.
For evangelicals in Western Europe, the most tangible problem is not one of freedom, but rather of public participation.
The first surviving Christian writing outside the New Testament, Didache, already makes a statement against abortion, infanticide and paedophilia.
Most Christian mission projects rely on Western support. As soon as a given nation or a critical part of a given society turns against the West, financial support will dry out or even criminalised.
On the night of the 23rd of August in 1791, men and women, victims of the slave trade from Africa, revolted against the slave system in Saint-Domingue, modern day Haiti.
Meeting 11-14 November, young evangelists from across Europe will gather in Germany stirred once more to the task of faithfully preaching the Gospel.
Matti Korhonen and Pasi Turunen know their country well and have some doubts about the real happiness of their neighbours.
We travelled nearly 7,000 km, through 15 nations with either a Muslim, Orthodox, Catholic or atheistic background. We encountered 9 currencies, 17 border crossings, and met 205 people.