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4 years of Evangelical Focus

Europe is going through major changes. Our aim is to look at the key issues in our continent from a biblical perspective.

AUTHOR Evangelical Focus 08 JANUARY 2019 09:15 h GMT+1
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Evangelical Focus turns 4 today.



This media project may seem young, but much has happened since we first launched this website on January 8, 2015.



As we look back, we thank God for how He has used our efforts to offer information about current issues in Europe with a Christian perspective.



The continent is going through major changes, and the aim of our team of journalists has been to look at the major themes from a biblical perspective.



The challenges to religious freedom, the rise of populism, the situation of refugees, the debates around sexual identity, and the initiatives of local churches have been some of the most discussed themes in these last 12 months.



In these four years online, we have published 3,750 news and opinion articles. A network of 225 authors from all across Europe and other parts of the world have contributed to this platform so far, as well as many translators.



Since its launch in 2015, the readership of Evangelical Focus has grown steadily. In the last 12 months, this site had 300,000 visits (+15%), the best year so far.





A BIBLICAL WORLDVIEW ON CURRENT ISSUES



The vision for this media project remains the same as in the beginning. Evangelical Focus exists:



1- To give a voice to evangelical Christians who often are not heard.



2- To build bridges between churches and society. Helping Christians understand the current issues happening around them, and helping non-believers to understand what Christians offer to society.



3- To do journalism which fits into God’s mission in Europe.





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