Global coverage, 29 languages,
64 countries, over 4.5 million
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This is the Alpha Global Campaign with Bear Grylls.
The story of Bear Grylls’s personal adventure of faith is being shown to people around the world on billboards, online, in buses, on cars, in cinemas – and challenging them to respond.
But behind the impressive statistics lies a driving vision to help everyone we know have a meaningful encounter with God. Being able to think through and talk about faith with others is the real adventure!
Alpha is a place to meet people from all around the world and from all walks of life; a wonderful collection of languages, cultures and religious backgrounds. The thing that brings them all together is a deep desire to find something more in life. Alpha is a great way to help people make their way through this adventure of discovering faith, getting to know who God really is.
At Agape Europe, many of our national ministries use the Alpha course to help people understand the basics of Christianity and take important steps of faith. In some countries, the Alpha team is even part of the local Agape organization.
Click on the button below to visit the global Alpha website and find out more about this campaign and Alpha activities in your country.
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