ONE HOPE EUROPE
We believe that Jesus Christ is the ONE HOPE for mankind. Our world and lives are broken. But, Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection fix all broken things and give us hope for today and for eternity. Our One Hope events get this good news of Jesus Christ to as many people as possible—in as many ways possible—in a specific European city.
One Hope Bolzano | December 2, 2017
Ignite Europe hosted this One Hope event in Bolzano, Italy during the peak of holiday season. We rented out a ballroom in the city-center of Bolzano and in the very middle of the Christmas market. The Christmas market was covered with our fliers inviting everyone for free food and drinks (and warmth) inside Parkhotel Laurin in exchange for live music and a message of hope. We had no idea who would show up but God did! There were many highlights of the event but none greater than seeing a group of muslim refugees give their life to Jesus Christ. .
One Hope Warsaw | October 12–15, 2016
One Hope Warsaw was a citywide evangelistic event that included an Ignite Europe Leadership Conference, two nights of evangelism, and a social media evangelistic gospel campaign. More 60 pastors attended the leadership conference, which featured keynote speakers from church leaders from Finland, Estonia, and the United States. And more than 1,000 people attended two nights of evangelism, where over 100 people accepted Christ as their savior. One Hope Warsaw also featured a social media evangelistic campaign that featured a simple two-minute creative video explaining the Gospel that was seen by more than 200,000 people in Poland.
Ignite Baden | August 23–24, 2013
This two-day evangelistic event consisted of a Leadership Conference for pastors across Switzerland and a night of worship with message of salvation from Shawn Brann. More than 100 pastors and leaders attended the event and were equipped with tools for ministry from pastors of leading churches in Europe and the USA. Attendees were challenged to follow Christ through passionate worship and the delivery of the Gospel message.