“We’ve been able to establish a track record of contributing positively to university life and to the lives of individual students,” explains Helari, one of our staff in Tartu, Estonia.
“I would really like to share my faith, but I don’t know how.”
On the island of Lesvos, one of the hotspots of the ongoing refugee crisis, a compelling picture of the body of Christ drawing together in partnership to bless and serve others is developing.
Spiritual Pathways in Your Walk with God
An American's Perspective after the U.S. Capitol Siege
Tired. Weary. Those are words I have often heard. It is also how I have felt. After a year of hard, unexpected, and confusing times, we all feel worn out.
God works powerfully in missions through disability and not in spite of it.
Εngaging with people from across the globe.
Churches (and Christian artists’ fellowships) provide a space in which artists can be freed from competitive pressure and the stress of originality.
Disaster Assistance and Response Team
What is your superpower?
Empathy is about giving the gift of true, engaged listening.
Last Saturday morning, I woke up to the shouts and shrieks of children playing in the park below our apartment. Confused and a little annoyed, I shuffled sleepy-eyed to the window to see what the commotion was about.
During this time of global pandemic, if there is a word worthy to underline – and which brings to light thousands of people’s selfless commitment to risk their lives and serve unconditionally with their time and resources – it is the word generosity.
Interview with Jan and Gary Palmer
#stayhome has become the most used hashtag in everyone’s captions lately. Scroll through Instagram and all you will find are tons of pictures broadcasting people’s lockdown routines, achievements, challenges, advice, musings, and some complaints.
A psalm of thanksgiving and praise in the midst of struggle (very loosely based on Psalm 118).
Get an inside look at what it's like for Agape FamilyLife Director, Hansjörg Forster, as he lives with his wife and two daughters in Switzerland.
Because most of us are indefinitely stuck in our homes, we wanted to give you a few different ways to do a personal evaluation of how you are doing. Staying healthy during this season is going to be crucial to maintaining a positive relationship with the Lord, our families, and our ministries.
A few months ago, we started getting reports of a new, highly contagious virus in China. We heard stories of major cities shutting down. We prayed and shook our heads and kept an eye on the news.
It’s been over a week since I’ve been able to call my favourite pizza place and have them deliver the most delicious circle of cheese and grease to my door in under 15 minutes. That is all thanks to the COVID-19 lockdown here in Italy.
Caradonna helped me put into words the process I was experiencing with God. Because we write a message on our bodies, it must be short and impactful. Caradonna helped me find words to convey my experience and encourage others through my message.
"Europe needs more Jesus." - Christian Pichler, speaker at Revive Europe.
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“Unity is the quintessence of Christianity. Christ called everyone to be in unity, and he even gave us the example to be united just as he is united to the Father and to the Holy Spirit. Therefore, when we talk about Christianity, we [must] talk about unity.” - His Eminence Ignatios, Bishop of Demetrias (Volos, Greece)
El Camino de Santiago (“The Way of Saint James”) is an ancient pilgrimage dating back to the 9th century. A shepherd was believed to have found the remains of Saint James in a nearby field, so a local bishop ordered a cathedral to be built on the site. Twelve hundred years since that day, thousands of people have journeyed to the sacred church in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) from various starting points across southern Europe. Although most pilgrims today travel the Camino for reasons other than a religious pilgrimage, many find the trek to be a deeply spiritual experience.
Under the Spotlight highlights and explores cities in Europe where spiritual influencers are transforming their communities for God.
“Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!” (Psalm 46:10, ESV)
A Return to What Matters
Deepening unity with others takes intentionality. God desires us to live in unity. How might that actually look on a team of people who come from different cultures and backgrounds?
Fade in. Our scene opens on a group of people looking out over a city at dawn, silhouetted by the morning light. The group - normal people, given unique abilities and new eyes with which to see the world. The city - their own. They have been charged to take the city for the Kingdom of God. Alone, they saw many problems. Together, with hope and purpose, they can change their world.
Congratulations! You made it to February! We may be in the beginning of a new year, but many of you have just started the second half of our year...the school year. You are in the middle of your race, the finish line still unseen. Your legs may feel unsteady and your breathing may be laboured. So here is a cup of water to refresh you so you can finish this race strong.
Believing the truth about your new identity in Christ could change the way you live.
Understand how you are made... to discover your calling.
By Mark Cadlaon You can produce a photo exhibition and reach students. Here’s what you need to know about planning, presenting, and follow-up.
An Italian student shares a message to inspire women and how its meaning changed for her in just one year. By Mark Cadlaon
Last Tuesday, Agape Paris leaders met for a Vision Night. Joe Schlie describes the vision of Agape Paris and how the Paris metro system inspires him in reaching Paris. What's your vision for your city?
Staff, volunteers, university students and teens joined together for Agape Europe Family Gathering, a week focused on Jesus and making Him known in Europe.
One night, the Apostle Paul saw a vision of a Macedonian man asking him for help. So he went to preach the gospel in Europe. Two thousand years later, we are part of that legacy, making Jesus known across Europe.
Campus für Christus in Germany celebrates 5o years of ministry with a week of giving back to the community.
A creative new tool, originally designed to help young professionals share their faith in the workplace, is spreading across Europe.
Euro Stint team heads up ministry in Iceland
EuroSTINT Northern Lights Shine Brightly
Celebrating 50 Years of God's Faithfulness!
A New Movement of Pop Musicians and Music Students is Born
Alpha Gives the Biggest Invitation of this Generation
A Fun and Challenging Partnership
Jesus at the center!
Sharing God's Love, Changing Lives
One Awesome Week in Málaga with Youth from Across Europe
Spiritual Refreshment through the Arts
Indigitous #Hack 4-6 November 2016 in Cities around the World
Avec Z'Elles - Women's conference in France in November
Campus für Christus has a new logo
Create, meet, accompany - this is the vision of Agapé ART.
Reaching New Campuses in Latvia
Agape Europe Events for EURO2016
Seeing the World Through God's Eyes
Global Leadership Geneva Makes International Connections
Movement Builders' School - Germany 11-18 March 2016
...it doesn't always go as planned, but it's still good!
Travelling Light on a Humanitarian Mission
Living authentically, talking about faith, bringing Jesus into the conversation
Get Ready for the European Football Championships!
Encounters with Persecuted Christians in Iraq
Málaga Meeting Motivated Student Leaders
Helping Refugees Navigate and Communicate
Using Art to Heal and Encourage
Swiss Youth Celebrate Jesus
How would YOU finish the sentence?
As the northern border to Macedonia is currently closed, the number of people in need increases daily.
Agapé France Campaign to share 300,000 Jesus DVDs
Athletes in Action in the Netherlands helps churches connect with local youth through sport communities
6,500 Christians Celebrate New Year’s in Switzerland
Italians Express Faith in Africa
SHINE Germany looks back on an explosive 2015
Successful Online Evangelism
“My Girls have become Multipliers”
Church in a Nightclub goes Swiss
Growing Student Movements
Praising and Calling God by Name
Advice for New Students
New video & app to share the Gospel
Scouting Out an Uncharted Campus
Uniting hearts through the arts
What every fresher should know
Medical Missions to the Pomaks
God opens doors in Belgium
As the project comes to an end, the team look back on a great missions adventure!
Campus Staff in Singapore Mobilise Prayer Partners for Schools
Watch how an Agape team has made a difference on the campus in Lund
Sharing is easy!
Involving students in Spain
First ChristDay event in Austria
A Local Partner Helps GAiN Bring Hope to Iraq
Leaders Met in Málaga to Map Out Next Steps with Youth in Europe
Sun, Sweat & Spiritual Things
Some things are just too hard to hide
Agapé UK – FamilyLife Truth, Time and Trouble in Marriage
AIA Netherlands Hosts an Ultimate Training Camp in Teneriffe
Learn what Christians are doing now – and how you can help
Students tell others about their faith in Prague
Rebuilding and Healing Continues in the Philippines
STATEMENT OF THE AGAPE EUROPE LEADERSHIP FORUM
Bringing the Gospel to the deaf community in France
“I can plan, but I’m not in control.”
DVDs Distributed to Families in Sweden
Athletes in Action helps athletes achieve their full potential
I learned about Christ on a F1 Website
Young People Gather in Switzerland to Make Kingdom Culture Part of their Daily Lives
EuroSTINT leaves Malta with a new student leader on campus
GAiN Brings Hope and Joy to Children Around the World
Andrea Buczynski shares her insights on team development What phase is your team in?
Our Agape family reaches into nearly 200 countries around the globe – including Nepal.
Peter Heinz of GAiN Austria shares his impressions of the orphanage rebuilding project
THE4POINTS brings life to teens in Portugal
Making a weekly train journey helps cultivate a new movement at a Milan university
Agapé Ireland engages students with the Claims of Christ
Interns make a difference at Agape Europe
Youth on fire for God, sharing their faith, connecting with people
Crescendo Summer Institute inspired and instructed artists from around the world
Bridging the cultural divide to connect with others.
This Year’s Mountain Experience for Young Leaders Inspired Participants for Ministry
Dynamic Ministry Provides Practical and Spiritual Support
How do you share the Gospel with students who have no interest in God?
« It was a privilege for me to help these people. »
David Wilson shares his thoughts on why Christians are committed to human rights
Tim Keller – “the C.S. Lewis of the 21st century” – defends Christianity
What do a Dutch pastor, a South African businesswoman and a Hungarian photography artist have in common?
Women Leaders Meet in Dubrovnik for Spiritual Refreshment
New Staff Training Camp on the Camino de Santiago
Key Student Leaders Gather in Riga
A Snack-Stop and a God-Opportunity to Talk About Faith With a Student
Relief Aid from Agape Europe Makes a Positive Impact in the Philippines
“No, I don’t need any help. I can do it myself.” God wants to build His kingdom as we work together.
Get ready for a youth training and outreach event!
Their Primary Strategy Was Internet. Their Secret – Collaboration
Meeting Jesus in a Nightclub
Join the Teams of Nordic and Mediterranean Euro STINT to Launch Campus Ministries
A Learning Experience and Outreach Opportunity For Leaders in Europe
Hanspeter Nüesch Shares Christ Day Globally