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DEC

15

Pray for Austria

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: Austria
  • posted on: December 15, 2014
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DEC

09

Devotional: God With Us

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: Various Countries
  • posted on: December 09, 2014
Image:  "BEHOLD, THE VIRGIN SHALL BE WITH CHILD AND SHALL BEAR A SON, AND THEY SHALL CALL HIS NAME IMMANUEL," which translated means, "GOD WITH US." (Matthew 1:23 NAS95)
DEC

08

Pray for Romania

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: Romania
  • posted on: December 08, 2014
Even though most Romanians claim to be Christian, little evidence is seen in their lifestyles. Romania has one of the highest abortion rates in the world, and difficulties from drug abuse, prostitution, and pornography reflect the emotional state of many. The largest church influence in Romania is Eastern Orthodox, which, though it survived communism, has since replaced the government in discriminating against other Christian churches. Despite this, Romania has the fourth-largest growing evangelical population in Europe.
DEC

02

Pray for Monaco

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: EUROPE
  • posted on: December 02, 2014
Image:  Monacans enjoy the freedom to worship, however all forms of proselytism are strongly discouraged. Roman Catholicism is the state religion, and 84% of Monacans profess Christianity, however a mere 1% are evangelicals. Affluent living standards and overall material abundance result in many hardened hearts towards the Gospel. The expatriate community is vast and the Catholic, Anglican, French Reformed, and evangelical churches are seeking to serve this segment of society.
DEC

01

Prayer for Syrian Refugees in Europe

  • posted by: Greater Europe Mission
  • posted in: Various Countries
  • posted on: December 01, 2014
Image:  The Syrian Refugee situation is being called the greatest and most complex humanitarian crisis of our lifetime. Yet we talk with believers everyday that are unaware of the magnitude and significance of what is happening, with half of Syria’s population having fled their homes for safety. A sustainable breakthrough for the Syrian people will not come through bombs or negotiations. It will only come through a consistent, real, and focused movement of prayer.  Hundreds of thousands Syrian refugees are living in Europe