Oxford LGBT students publish a blacklist of “homophobic” churches in the city, most of them evangelical. It is a clear example of how Christian congregations are coming under pressure for teaching the Bible to their members.
An evangelical leader in Belgrade shares about the mood of the country after the violence that killed 17 people. “On Sunday churches did not sing. Instead, we were praying, and a Christian psychologist shared about how to find support and encouragement”.
Who we are becoming will determine how we are able or unable to deal with the crises in Europe.
An inteview with Manuel Rainho, the General Secretary of Portuguese IFES Group.
Energy, inflation, environmental degradation and the call for simpler living.
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.
Congolese Christians are sceptical about the humanist statements made by Pope Francis during his official visit to a country facing a serious conflict.
Photo gallery of Revive Europe 2022.
Revive Europe gathers the new generation for repentance, forgiveness and awakening.
Recent surveys in Germany and the Netherlands analyse the daily decisions of church members to see if they differ from the rest of society.
Samuil Petrovski speaks about the vitality of churches, the recent presidential election, and what Serbia learnt about reconciliation after the 90s war.
As millions of young people are quitting their jobs to change their lifestyles, Christians engaged in workplace discipleship are reminding that "work done for God is an act of worship".
IFES calls Christian university students to reach out to foreigners: “What if every student befriended one international student?”
The fight between the government and Tigray's rebels remains unresolved as millions face starvation. “Our hearts weep when we see the recent situation”, evangelicals say.
Being in relationship with Jesus is not just the end goal of ministry, but it is also the means by which genuine transformation occurs.
A critique of Western Christian leadeship in light of global trends. An article by Mary Ho.
The mentorship programme Cross-Current has conducted a study among 350 Christian graduates over the past four years. Many have “a strong desire to apply biblical integrity and virtues to their work” but they face “real challenges”.
Samuel Escobar, a close co-worker and friend of the Ecuadorian theologian, speaks about his legacy. “I admired that together with his seriousness at work he had a great sense of humour”.
We recently ran our annual mentoring and training conference. 80 women from across Europe gathered together.
Only by reading today with the eyes of faith the new challenges facing humanity can we better understand the renewed obedience to the Word and the creativity that the Lord demands now. In that sense, René Padilla was a theologian who responded to his time.
Through the concept of “integral mission”, he helped global evangelicals balance evangelism and social action. The pastor was one of the most influential Latin American evangelical leaders in the Lausanne Movement and IFES.
Jesúa López emphasises the importance that the Christian student groups GBU (IFES) had during his university years: “I grew a lot spiritually”.
The Revivalympics initiative encourages students to pray for a revival in the university context. Over 1,100 “from every corner of Europe” have already registered for the second Revive conference at the end of this year.
Often defined by international media as a Covid-19 denier, the President died in March at the age of 61. The national evangelical students group and a Baptist pastor speak about Magufuli's legacy.
An interview with Tim Adams, the new General Secretary of the global movement IFES. “This student generation has the opportunity to show that faith makes a difference to who we are - it’s not just a set of ideas”.