The first Eastern European Leadership Forum (EELF) took place in 2011.
It is a subsidiary of the European Leadership Forum, which has a strong influence and tradition in Western European Christianity through uniting, equipping and resourcing Evangelical leaders to restore the Biblical Church and the evangelization of Europe. Since its foundation, the Forum has become the annual event that includes the projects throughout the year. Today, about 600 leaders from Eastern Europe are part of the EELF.
The Eastern European Leadership Forum is a platform for the Evangelical leaders from the countries of the former Soviet Union, where they unite together for the sake of fulfillment of the Great Commandment of Christ.
The EELF is organized by the Eastern European Reformation ministry. The dream and vision of our ministry is to see how God transforms the nations of Eastern Europe through the Biblical Church. We want to see the renewed Church, which persistently and innovatively spreads the Gospel to the Eastern European nations, the Church that is faithful to Scripture, testifies of Christ through its holy life, and provides God's answers to the challenges of the modern world.
Since 2016, the Eastern European Reformation Ministry has been involved in a number of key projects of the Year of the Reformation (R500). In particular, we contributed some key ideas and materials as far as some of them have already been developed in Belarus for the 450th anniversary of the Reformation in this country.interactive report on our activities and projects in 2016/17
Since 2018, we have been actively involved in the Reformation Movement as a continuation of the R500 committees. Our ministry supports the functioning of the Reformation of Christian Leadership department, whose activities are primarily aimed at disseminating the necessary ideological knowledge among those Christian leaders who will be able to provide the socially active members of their churches with the necessary pastoral care. In this direction, we began to distribute educational materials, as well as develop the project ``The School of Reformation`` as a training platform for leaders.