The Spanish government hopes to reduce the working week to 37.5 hours. But work is not the enemy, it is the conditions that do not allow for healthy growth and service, Christians say.
“As much as we need to mine, we have to set boundaries so as not to compromise the wellbeing of the community”, says Christian conservationist group A Rocha Ghana.
Christ offers us a purposefulness that transcends the banality of life we experience as exploited consumer-producers and gives us a role as agents of His Kingdom. By Jad Tabet.
The evangelical entity launches a document addressing ten issues of general interest , to give a biblical perspective and encourage evangelicals to “vote wisely”.
The country is officially in a “state of disaster” since February due to a shortage of energy resources. Christians in the country analyse the crisis.
Evangelical churches are more practical than reflective on pressing issues such as the energy crisis or the impact on the quality of life due to limited living resources.
An interview with Alejandro Escobar, a Christian who works at the Inter-American Development Bank, promoting economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Ignacio Rodriguez, a Spanish real estate professional, recalls how the economic crisis of 2008 helped him to refocus his financial life from a biblical perspective.
Without the constant renewal of Christ’s peace in our hearts, our emphasis on simple living may be purely a matter of economics and even politics.
Final statistics of 2022 confirm that most families have seen huge increases in products such as milk and cereals. A look at salaries and the access to housing shows massive inequalities between European Union countries.
The uncertain times for European society call for a rapid shift in our collective perception from its reactionary mode.
We must seek ways to communicate, participate, and act in order to bring about positive changes in today's increasingly ‘glocal’ world.
The country faces new elections amid increasing polarisation. "The dispute over the evangelical vote has become very important", say analysts.
Families with children with additional needs have already seen services delayed, reduced or closed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. The current economic climate is only going to continue this downward spiral.
Amid a complicated diplomatic situation in Algeria, evangelicals call on the EU to “push for increased freedom of religion” in the country.
Giorgia Meloni says she will try to restore the country’s pride. She opposes gender ideology, liberal abortion laws, and has a hard stance on immigration.
A trade unionist, a business owner, and a theology of work expert analyse how to deal with the challenges of labour relations from a biblical perspective.
The Church can and should be a place where people can talk about the loss of their business, their frustration and confusion without being pressured to explain it.
Businessman Rubén García addresses the fast growth of the technology sector, the challenges of the current economic situation, and the importance of support among Christian business leaders.
How does the biblical Christian worldview actually fit into the complex area of labour relations between employers and workers? A trade unionist, a business owner, and a theology of work expert respond.
The aim of both countries is to strengthen their influence in the Middle East region, especially towards countries such as Iran.
The severe political and economic crisis hinders the living conditions of most of the population. “Churches are involved in providing relief”, says an evangelical leader.
Only two in ten people are fully vaccinated in Africa. Evangelical leaders speak of challenges in the vaccination campaign and the situation of Christians.
Just Helpers self-employed staff are paid at least the London Living Wage. This commitment is rooted in the biblical principle of honouring workers.
Sri Lanka is facing its worst economic crisis in decades. Evangelicals call to pray that “people may exercise their freedom of expression”.