Thursday, February 27, 2014

Re-evangalising secular Europe

By Michael Trimmer
Feb. 25, 2014

Despite its Christian heritage, Europe is often seen to be the least religious continent of all. Its lands are scattered with empty cathedrals and quiet church halls that so often seem to stand more as relics of a bygone age than the centres of a vibrant spiritual life.

So when you hear of a plan aimed at turning secular, postmodern Europeans into Bible-believing Christians, you cannot help but admire the ambition, while at the same time feeling the need to remind yourself of what Jesus said in Matthew 19:26 - "With God all things are possible."

It's exactly this kind of plan that Dietrich Schindler says he was prompted to create by God. Speaking in a webinar organised by the Forum of Online Christian Leaders yesterday evening, Mr Schindler described his encounter with God on this issue.

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