May 14 TCAMP: What’s Happening in the Church in Europe?

What’s Happening in the Church in Europe?

TCAMP-Program-Logo-300x83A discussion with mission leaders about church-planting movements, Islam in Europe and changing dynamics in Eastern Europe and Russia.

Hosted at Cross of Glory Church in Hopkins See Map

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Noon – 1:30
at Cross of Glory Church in Hopkins
(see map 4600 Shady Oak Rd. at corner of Excelsior Blvd)

About This Session

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Jiri Unger, President of the European Evangelical Alliance says, “The continent known for over 1000 years as the heartland of Christianity has gone into spiritual arrest.” In many ways Europe is post-Christian. But one of the changes happening is that as Christianity fades, the vacuum is being filled by Islam. And while historic, state-run churches are dwindling new congregations focused on ministering to immigrants and the marginalized are multiplying and growing.

The future of Christianity in Europe matters. Join the TCAMP mission leaders network on May 14 to hear from mission leaders address these changes, and discuss these questions with others:

How is the church being re-planted in a post-Christian society? What are differences and similarities across different regions of Europe? What is the opportunity for Muslim evangelism in Europe? Are there contexts where there is much Gospel fruit? Are there contexts where we need to concentrate missions efforts? How should the North American Church best support missions in Europe?


Rick Kronk, Career missionary to France working with Christar; Islam expert

Paul Lindberg, Career missionary working with Cru/ Agape leadership in Europe

Matt Miller, Associate Professor at University of Northwestern; Expert on Russia and Orthodox-Protestant relations

About Our Network Gatherings

Food: Bring your own “brown bag” lunch. Desserts and beverages are provided by the host church, and you are welcome to bring your own meal and eat with everyone else.

Meeting Times: The meeting is from noon-1:30. To encourage learning and collaboration we invite you to arrive 10-15 minutes early, or feel free to stay longer to network with other leaders.

Our Purpose: TCAMP seeks to deliver two important values to local churches and global missions leaders:

  • Connect mission leaders to add momentum to the global missions movementThe Twin Cities is privileged to have a strong, collaborative missions community. Few other US cities have such a community.
  • Support the professional development of mission movements by sharing best practices and opportunities for learningTCAMP serves as a professional peer network for mission leaders from church staffs, mission committees, field workers and other ministry entities.



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