After accusing the president of “stabbing them in the back”, the pastors expressed their willingness to continue building bridges of dialogue with the national government.
Confusion and uncertainty about whether government plans to introduce new laws are being pushed forward or into the long grass.
Evangelical Christians express disappointment as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak goes ahead with plans that could “criminalise ordinary Christian ministry that seeks to help believers”.
Meanwhile, Christian families take the street to demand the withdrawal of free textbooks that “make statements on sexual issues totally inappropriate for minors”.
Around 400,000 employees of large companies offer leaves for transitioners which are more generous than those offered to women after childbirth.
Speaking to a Christian a reporter, the PSOE praised the work of evangelical churches among migrants, the PP valued their dialogue, and Vox spoke of their moral coherence and ability to create strong communities.
Only two weeks before the general elections, the Spanish government uses the European Union Presidency to promote gender self-identification across the continent.
The Supreme Court rejected a request to change the name and remove the gender from birth records and the civil status.
Five speakers at the dialogue with civil society were able to present the views of Latin American evangelicals on education, respect of life and religious freedom.
Kristie Higgs encouraged people to challenge the government’s plans to introduce relationships and sex education to children in primary schools.
The German international Felix Nmecha could soon land in Borussia Dortmund. But some fans are not happy for the player’s view on LGBT issues.
A Bible-believing Christian, David Mackereth was dismissed by the government. He hopes his legal battle will “encourage medics to speak out more on these issues”.
A march organised by pastors in Tegucigalpa asked the government to stop same-sex marriage legislation and gender ideology in schools.
A summary of the first day of the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family in Córdoba (Argentina).
The municipal council of the small town of Estevelles voted in favour of “supporting” the new identity of its political leader.
There was an increase of 13% in 2022. A official report recommends “to define puberty blockers for minors as experimental treatment”.
The Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, accepts the proposal to review “inappropriate” materials as asked for by a Christian parliamentarian.
Andrew Bunt, author of Finding Your Best Identity, calls churches to build a gospel-centered alternative to the 'affirming' narratives on social media: “We need to offer young people a better community offline, where they can be honest and wrestle with their big questions”.
For a decade, the country was a reference in “affirming” gender transitions. Now doctors put the breaks on treatments with teenagers.
Christians in Finland are worried about the effects of the new transgender law: “Our legislators have sunken into the abyss of irrationality”.
It is the third European country to pass such a law in less than two months.
The Independent Expert on Sexual orientation and gender identities speaks of “religious narratives” which “repress sexual and gender diversity and promote heteronormative norms”. Religious freedom groups warn against using SOGI policies to shape faith doctrines.
Evangelicals “will work to ensure the Bill doesn't have a negative impact on individual freedoms or practices of churches”. The new law will now include transgender people.
The Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain analyses the challenges and achievements of evangelical churches in 2022.
The official figure of the latest census shows that Cardiff is the only city with more than 5% of LGB+ people. Around 0.5% of the population identifies as transgender.