Pedro Augusto Vidal, director of a Portuguese automation services company, shares his story and the principles that have driven his business.
We Christians are called to act as reconcilers in an unreconciled world, in the midst of the entangled positions of the enemies.
Irene Lopez, a Christian teacher at the school in Mavrovouni camp in Lesbos, analyses the current situation of refugees and their needs.
The song The Servant King is about the radical revelation of a God who came, ‘not be served but to serve’; and who calls us to do the same.
The protests helped reverse a 'foreign agent' law that would have had a negative impact on churches, say evangelicals in the Eastern European country.
What role can faith communities in Europe today play in recovering foundations for sustainable, just and flourishing societies?
The writer of the book and winner of best animated short film for 'The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse' said audience reaction is “a bigger prize” than the Oscar.
The director of the March For Life UK was arrested again near an abortion facility, 3 weeks after being acquitted for the same incident.
It is crucial to be sure that God is not just The Father in Heaven, or even Jesus’ Father in Heaven, but Our Father in heaven.
A Spanish Christian trucker and entrepreneur shares about how his Christian faith impacted over 40 years of work experience.
A university professor in Nigeria analyses the socio-political context before the 25 February presidential election.
A conversation with Debora, a Christian aid worker who is at ground zero of the earthquake in Turkey. ‘There is destruction, but also hope’, she says.
On 25 February, the most populated country of Africa elects its new president. A Christian university lecturer in northen Nigeria analyses the socio-political scenario.
Scotland's First Minister candidate has always been public about her faith. She is clear, thoughtful, kind in her articulation. And she understands the consequences.
Congolese Christians are sceptical about the humanist statements made by Pope Francis during his official visit to a country facing a serious conflict.
Antioch was the origin of the first offering of humanitarian aid from a Christian community.
Data from the 2021 Census show that the average age of Christians is now 51. For evangelical leaders, the figures are “a challenge, but also an opportunity”.
A large majority refuses the initiative of the AfD party saying it would criminalise Muslims and is based on “wrong” data.
A Christian was arrested for allegedly posting and sharing blasphemous images on social media. He may face death penalty.
The police says he promoted conversion therapies. “I will keep sharing my testimony, I don’t want others to be robbed of the biblical side of the story”.
There is “extreme persecution” in 10 countries in Africa and the Middle East, says Open Doors. Elsewhere, worrying trends are observed in key geopolitical actors such as India, Saudi Arabia and China.
A draft law aims to cancel the Prayer Day as a public holiday to increase the defence budget. “There is more at stake than a public holiday”, say religious leaders.
When we forget the creation narrative in which God affirmed the goodness of the climax of his handiwork, the human body, we struggle to tell the world a better story.
A bomb exploded during a Sunday baptismal service. The attack was claimed by the Islamic State.
He helped a pastor begin Christian-Muslim debates in mid-2021, and in one year over 100 Muslims put their faith in Christ.
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