David Foster, a travelling journalist and an evangelical Christian, started writing articles about the amazing believers he came across and the various trials they faced in living out their faith. Support came flooding in, both financial and prayerful, and Eurovangelism was born as a means of supporting beleaguered European Christian communities. It was a ground-breaking approach of assistance to the indigenous church planting movement as opposed to the traditional model of sending missionaries abroad.
In 2017, Transform Europe Network (TEN) was adopted as the new operating name for Eurovangelism to represent the holistic and cross-denominational Christian network it had become. Over the years the ministry has focussed on both evangelism and social action.