December 5, 2023

With enthusiasm for the Gospel:

The world is changing: Technologies are changing rapidly, geopolitical shifts and inflation are worrying many people. Amidst all these changes, the most important task for Christians remains to reach people with the gospel of Jesus Christ. “The mission of Christian leaders and pastors now is to share the hope and truth of God’s Word in their communities,” he says. Franklin Graham, President and CEO of the Billy Graham Evangelical Association (BGEA). “It is the only message that has the power to change lives.”

In order to encourage Christian leaders and pastors from all over Europe to take up the mission of evangelization, the BGEA plans to invite about 1,000 representatives from churches and denominations from 57 countries and regions to the European Conference on Evangelization in Berlin in May 2025. Over three days from May 27 to 30, he will speak Famous Speakers on the Topic Romans 1:16: “For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ; For it is the power of God to salvation for all who believe.”

Christians must come together

Ulrich Barzani“In our difficult times, Christians and churches must join hands to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout Europe once again,” says the theologian and chief evangelist of Christ. I look forward to the upcoming European Conference on Evangelization and I am confident that it will inspire renewed enthusiasm and commitment to this task.

“The Church in Europe must rise with new confidence. The European Evangelization Conference will give us the inspiration, strength and confidence in the Gospel that will enable us to do this.” doctor. hugh Osgood, President of the Christian organization Churches in International Communities based in the United Kingdom. “Let us seize this opportunity to advance God’s Kingdom together.”

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The European Missionary Conference in Berlin builds on an impressive tradition:The first BGEA World Conference on Evangelization was held in Berlin in 1966, followed by the meeting in Lausanne in 1974, before Amsterdam became the site of conferences in 1983, 1986 and 2000.

The European Evangelism Conference is organized by the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Founded by Billy Graham in 1950, the organization has since spread the gospel in 185 countries around the world. More recently, this also included an evangelistic event in Essen, where Franklin Graham proclaimed God’s message of love to thousands of people last weekend.