Who is Europresse ?
The vision of a Publisher...
EUROPRESSE is the missionary vision of Evangelical Press, a British Publisher.
Started in 1986, it seeks to make the Gospel of the sovereign grace of God in
Christ known in French.
Not just a publisher, EUROPRESSE seeks to fulfil its mission by every means
available in every French-speaking territory.
A multinational team of men dedicated to bring the message of salvation to the French-speaking world.
Preachers - new and old
Over the past 21 years, EUROPRESSE has published more than 150 books and booklets (125 in print).
Most books are translated from English, with a few from the rare French heritage. This is reaping the returns, as John Calvin was French !
These books are available even in poor areas. Europresse has opened 3 offices in Africa and is opening a distribution in Haiti.
The Gospel on the air
Through a providential opening, EUROPRESSE has produced weekly radio programmes for many years.
These are 15 minutes Bible studies seeking to answer people’s questions and open the Word of God.
21 stations in many parts of the world currently broadcast these «Échos de la Vérité» programs.
The present speaker is Pastor N’Goran Paul, from Ivory Coast.
Listeners are invited to write to receive a cassette tape with 6 more programs on it.
Teaching men to teach others
The Lord raises men to feed His flock.
Many in Africa and Haiti do not have the means to attend a theological college.
EUROPRESSE started a Preachers’ Training Course by correspondance.
Several hundred men have started the Course, and many fine preachers have been helped.
This Course follows very much Charles Spurgeon’s philosophy - train preachers to be better preachers.
In this way, the churches are helped with minimal outside involvment, and the men do not leave their churches to train.
Let His voice be heard
EUROPRESSE holds also several grace conferences, where men come from a long way to hear the Gospel and benefit from teaching in the Word.
The French-speaking world
The field is huge
The 9th language in the world
200 million French-speakers
23 countries in Africa alone
often steeped in superstition and poverty.