The new president attended an inter-religious event in which the Evangelical Alliance leader prayed for the nation. One of the 5 evangelical parliamentarians told the Argentinian Assembly: “God is the source of all reason and justice”.
In Argentina, rather than a change of government or political direction, we need a cultural change.
Peronist Sergio Massa wins the first round of the Argentinian elections with a margin of less than 5% over the right-wing candidate Javier Milei.
The Argentinean Parliament has unanimously approved a draft law that "strengthens religious freedom in the country", evangelicals say.
The emigration of Argentinians to Italy increased lately. The search for opportunities and the missionary call among the reasons to return for Christian families.
A new Union of Christian Politicians met and debated as part of the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family in Cordoba (Argentina).
A summary of the first day of the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family in Córdoba (Argentina).
The executive committee of the Christian Alliance of Evangelical Churches discussed pending issues and stressed the need for dialogue and reconciliation.
The Argentinian singer and composer died of cancer at 55. His legacy has been remembered by Christians around the world.
Evangelical representatives call to pray for those recovering in hospitals and call for “serious public policies” to combat drug trafficking.
Over the past 20 years, prison authorities encourage the creation of units run by evangelical inmates. “We bring peace to the prisons”, says a pastor in the city of Rosario.
Rubén Proietti also led the Latin Evangelical Alliance.
The LGBT lobby in Castellón (Spain) asks the administration to “take actions” against the evangelical church and its social projects. The Spanish Evangelical Alliance condemns the “coercion” of freedom of speech.
The provincial congress approves the Bill, “to give public recognition and support to the evangelical churches that are doing essential work in our province and our country”.
A website paid by International Planned Parenthood published personal data and “connections” of pro-life and pro-family groups. Strong reactions in all social spheres criticise the “culture of hate” promoted by the “thought police”.
The Senate ratified the law in a close vote. “Argentina has moved back centuries of respect for the supreme right to life”, evangelicals say.
Thousands of activists from both sides waited for 20 hours outside the Parliament building. Evangelicals hope the Senate will vote against the law, as it happened in 2018.
“They are not as well known as Maradona, but represent hundreds of men and women of faith who died during this pandemic”, said Christian Member of Parliament Dina Rezinovsky.
Many evangelicals participated in the marches throughout the country. “We need a united Argentina, committed to human life”, the organisers said.
Helle Telk experienced emigration and family abandonment, but in the midst of these circumstances, she found God's care and faithfulness.
A Christian senator presented the initiative. “Religion makes the deprivation of freedom tolerable and generates a change”, the new law states.
Brazil and Mexico are the second and fourth countries with more deaths worldwide. Latin American evangelicals have been helping those affected by Covid-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.
In recent riots at the Coronda and Las Flores prisons, five inmates died, pavilions were taken, and the pharmacies looted. Christian inmates worked to be peacemakers.
A megachurch in Colombia offers its temples for medical and spiritual help. Argentinian evangelical leaders pray for “renewed strength and encouragement”.
Both goverments pass resolutions avoiding parliament. Massive pro-life demonstrations in both countries question the measures.