Some were not interested in lose their power and their corrupt privileges. Others preferred to continue their religious life with a “straw God”.
Since January 2015, we have published 2,111 contents.
Some of the highlights of this past year and a ‘thank you’ to all of our readers.
The Evangelical Focus team is working to make this project sustainable. Everyone can contribute now with micro-donations.
Thomas Bucher believes the website “offers a much needed voice, having a certain independence and yet committed to Evangelical values.”
We pray for those who suffer. Not only for their suffering to stop, but also for them to meet the One who is near in the midst of all suffering, bearing the pain, the guilt and the hate.
We love new technologies and we use them passionately. But we also know God’s mission is done through and for real people. The ELF conference in Wisla (Poland) reinforces our aim to analyse the big challenges of today through the Christian worldview.
Psychiatrist Pablo Martínez, pastor Jaume Llenas and director of Evangelical Focus Pedro Tarquis propelled the project after following the evolution of Spain’s Protestante Digital.
David Robertson (Scotland), Leonardo de Chirico (Italy), Samuel Escobar (Spain), Thierry Le Gall (France) and Christel Ngnambi (Belgium), on the role Evangelical Focus should play in Europe.
An artist, a philologist, a former European Comission worker, a peaceamaking expert and a theology teacher. Meet Alain Auderset, Noa Alarcón, Michael Gowen, David Smith and Will Graham.
“Are we going to make it?” This was one of the thoughts that was going through our minds in December 2014, after months of preparations.
A new film about Zwingli, the macro-operation against sexual slavery in Barcelona, a Biblical perspective on tattoos, Angela Merkel’s faith...
Evangelical Focus has not been accessible in the last 24 hours. After serious technical issues, we work on recovering most of the lost content.
The vision and story of Evangelical Focus and Protestante Digital. A session Jaume Llenas (secretary general of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance) and Joel Forster (Evangelical Focus editor) gave at the Communications Network of the European Leadership Forum 2015 conference.
What are the aims of Evangelical Focus? Solas Magazine asked Joel Forster some questions.
Every morning (Central European time) an email is sent out to all our readers with the latest articles, opinion Blogs, Magazine and Multimedia.
Some of the articles sent by readers are among the most shared on social media. Publish opinions, reports, etc.
Evangelical Focus went online on 8 January. We are sharing some of the things we have experienced so far.
We are grateful to the hundreds of people who have identified with the project and have used EF as a resource. More than 70,000 page views since we began.
Director of European Leadership Forum Greg Pritchard thinks “it is exciting to see what has happened already” and thinks the website can become a “clearing house for evangelicals.”
In these first 7 weeks online Evangelical Focus has published more than 200 articles. Have you got any stories you would like to tell us?
Every morning at 5am an email is sent out to all our readers. Newsletter´s contents include latest headlines, Opinion blogs, Magazine and Multimedia.
Even with all the progress we have made in the first week, what we are most encouraged by as we take these first steps as a media project are the messages of enthusiastic support that we have been receiving from all kinds of people.
Author calls all European Evangelicals who have the vision of “building bridges between the Church and society” to “join the project, write, contribute”.
We start this new media project aiming to discuss current affairs from within a Biblical worldview, in English and from a European perspective.
Author and international speaker Dr Pablo Martínez discusses the main challenges in Europe nowadays and hopes Evangelical Focus will be a useful tool to help build bridges between churches and society.