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EPPA’s REPORT on the Budapest Conference

Last weekend in PEF’s (Pentecostal European Fellowship) Committee Conference in Budapest, the fellowship’s difficulty in getting its members to commit to financial challenges was addressed. The fellowship has 52 members, but only a part of them take care of their financial responsibilities regularly. “Traditionally Pentecostal movements especially in Scandinavia and German speaking Europe have committed well to the fellowship”, says PEF Coordinator Daniel Costanza, but continues by regretting that in many other areas the carrying out of financial responsibilities is more painful.
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This year’s PEF Committee Conference took place in Budapest, Hungary, on March 8-10, gathering some 110 delegates from 29 countries, including Russia and Armenia. PEF Chairman Ingolf Ellssel welcomed all the participants and gave the keynote message on the Conference…

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2013 Impact Palermo, Sicily, Italy

IMPACT PALERMO 2013, an outreach / conference project - promoted and organized by the Pentecostal European Fellowship (PEF) with its branches PEM & PEFY Teams, under the auspices of the Elim Churches in Italy, and in cooperation with the Palermo…

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25th Anniversary of the Pentecostal European Fellowship

This year marks the 25th Anniversary of the Pentecostal European Fellowship (PEF), which was formed in 1987 during the PEC in Lisbon (Portugal). The EPF (European Pentecostal Fellowship), launched in 1966 in Rome (Italy), developed into an annual fraternal gathering of Pentecostal leaders across Europe, under the chairmanship of the late Rev. Eric Dando (United Kingdom), later succeeded by Rev. Reinhold Ulonska (Germany).
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