Damaso Reyes has been a writer and photographer for over fifteen years. His credits include: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Christian Sciene Monitor, and Time Asia. Previous assignments and projects have taken him to countries including Rwanda, Iraq, Indonesia, and Tanzania.
For decades journalists, demographers, sociologists alike have been reporting and observing the decline of Christianity in Europe. But over the past two decades Pentecostals and other Christian charismatics have been leading a tide of so called reverse missions from former colonies and the New World back to the Europe and in doing so upending a religious balance which has lasted centuries.
Reyes explores this religious evolution in three European nations: Spain, England and the Ukraine to discover the broader front on which this transformation is happening.