Almost all political parties were represented in the peaceful march. The French National Council of Evangelical Christians condemns the one thousand antisemitic acts recorded in recent weeks.
A survey in France shows that 76% of evangelicals know of Bible passages related to environmental care. Jean-François Mouhot (A Rocha) sees “a generational change in the churches”.
In France, evangelical Christians are more engaged than others in ecological matters. But some are also suspicious about ideological trends, a survey has found. We asked Jean-François Mouhot, director of A Rocha, about creation care, theology and churches.
During the pandemic, the French Bible Alliance started the Manuscript Bible. Public figures such as footballer Olivier Giroud or doctor Denis Mukwege copied passages.
Nine websites that have no age verification systems have been blocked. By age 12, nearly a third have already been exposed to such contents.
Reactions from evangelical Christians in France, UK, Spain, Germany, and the European Evangelical Alliance.
The future of the building is uncertain, it needs a 870,000 euros renovation. The site “represents the living memory of a Europe immersed in a cruel war”, says a historian.
The belief in reincarnation grows among Catholics, finds a survey. The young are more anxious about death than the older generations.
The massive gathering of the Vie et Lumière churches in France has traditionally faced the opposition of local authorities. But no incidents were recorded, says the police.
A “first of its kind” survey conducted in France shows that evangelicals are more interested in environmental care than the average population.
‘Torrents de vie’ organises camps to help people struggling with their sexual orientation. The Equality Minister condemns what she describes as “homophobia and transphobia on display”.
The government wants “a balance between opening up this new right to the French people and the legitimate concerns of professionals”.
Gen Zers believe more in heaven and hell, a survey shows.
A survey shows that while most Europeans do not believe in God, those born after 1997 in Sweden, Germany, France, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Hungary have more faith.
In June, thousands of young Christians in France were challenged to courageously let their faith shine for others to see. One month later, riots erupted in many cities.
Matthieu Sanders, a pastor in Paris, analyses the background of the riots in France. “Pray that the French church would be equipped for effective witness and peacemaking in an often tense national climate”.
Only two weeks before the general elections, the Spanish government uses the European Union Presidency to promote gender self-identification across the continent.
Attackers entered the worship place, smashed windows, destroyed the prayer room, and wrote the message: “The last prophet was Mohamed”.
Town halls, schools and public transports are attacked in the second night of riots. Over 150 have been detained as Macron calls to “reverence and calm”.
Clément Diedrichs was proposed by the Minister of the Interior to recognise his 36 years of service to the National Council of Evangelicals in France.
The mayor of Grenoble wants to draw up a “more pluralist” calendar by replacing religious holidays with secular celebrations.
Spanish Christian geographer Miguel Wickham analyses the severe drought that is hitting Southern Europe.
The event in France was started 15 years ago by the Assemblies of God. “May churches confidently accompany these young people in the visions they have for their cities and regions”.
France, Spain, Germany and Ukraine are mentioned in the 2023 USCIRF report, which was criticised for its way of addressing the persecution of Christians in Nigeria.
The municipal council of the small town of Estevelles voted in favour of “supporting” the new identity of its political leader.