FEUER: the Fellowship of Evangelists in the Universities of Europe.
Associated with IFES (International Fellowship of Evangelical Students), we are a network of Christians across Europe who are committed to the public proclamation of the gospel in the universities of our continent.
FEUER is also the German word for fire.
Dr Martyn Lloyd Jones, The first chairman of IFES, described preaching as ‘logic on fire’. Through preaching we pray that hearts will be set on fire with love for Christ.
Truth, beauty and wonder…
The network exists to train, equip and encourage evangelists to proclaim the truth, beauty and wonder of the Gospel to today’s generation of students.
Over the last 12 years, since its inception, a new fire has spread across Europe as students have found a renewed confidence in publicly proclaiming the Gospel on campus.
Pioneering Mission Weeks
One of the key ways in which this has been achieved has been the pioneering of university mission weeks.
When FEUER began only 3 countries in Europe were regularly running evangelistic student missions. Now up to 40 countries are hosting around 200 such initiatives every year!
Feuer 2020 – taking our conference online
This year we will be hosting our annual conference online. We would like to take this as an opportunity to invite you to join us!
We will be hearing from some of the best evangelists from around the world teach us about evangelism and model excellent evangelistic talks.
If you have a passion for evangelism among university students then we’d love you to come. You can join on your own, or even better, link up with others in your country and participate together in person.
May many hear of the saving love of the Lord Jesus on campuses across our continent!
The goal of FEUER conferences is to equip current and potential evangelists to be able to communicate the Gospel publicly in universities across Europe.
The 3-fold goal of the conference is:
1. to provide models of fresh evangelistic talks;
2. to share inspirational stories and creative ideas for evangelists and student ministries;
3. to use across Europe to provide information about activities and resources available for the coming year.