Kingdom values have helped bring radical transformation in society precisely when Christians understood their calling to be salt and light in the public square.
The electoral campaign starts in 27 countries. “This is our opportunity to influence, through our prayers, questions and vote. Let’s not miss this chance”, says the European Evangelical Alliance.
A summary of the thanksgiving service of the European Evangelical Alliance at the Chapel of Europe in Brussels.
“There is great richness and diversity among Evangelicals, which needs to be celebrated and not only be a cause for concern”.
Around 370 people from 37 countries gather in Estonia. “We need a revolution of hope”, one of the messages of the first night.
Leaders of Christian organisations in Europe remember the evangelist’s confidence in the Gospel, his personal integrity, and how he helped start mission movements.
Evangelical leaders from England, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic and the Netherlands analyse the situation from a biblical perspective.
Have you contemplated what it means that the refugee migrants are going to stay in Europe, your country, your town, your village? Or are you deep down still thinking and maybe even hoping that they will go away again?
Thomas Bucher believes the website “offers a much needed voice, having a certain independence and yet committed to Evangelical values.”
Thomas Bucher, Greg Pritchard, Evi Rodemann, Jeff Fountain and Stefano Bogliolo give their views on the first anniversary of Evangelical Focus.
Marc Jost (SEA), Thomas Bucher (EEA) and Clément Diedrichs (CNEF) share their opinions. Accepting democratic majorities does not mean to renounce to freedom of speech.
EEA’s secretary general Thomas Bucher thinks “evangelicals have to influence society on all different levels.”
Influence in society, evangelical identity and projects in Europe. An interview with Thomas Bucher, secretary general of the European Evangelical Alliance.
Thomas Bucher, secretary general of the European Evangelical Alliance, “expected more respect towards victims who were not from a Catholic background.”