Christians in Western Africa analyse the situation after nine military coups experienced in the region in only three years.
“There has never been a time in history where we needed to be reminded of the life of Bonhoeffer more than today”, say the producers of the movie, Angel Studios.
As Christians, we’re called to model humility and civility in our interactions with people of other faiths and deep interest in the issues of public concern.
Democracy cannot simply be taken for granted. Vigilance is essential to resist unbridled self-interest and to promote the human dignity of all and human rights for all.
In a Q&A session in the parliament, the German Chancellor stressed that “it is unacceptable when men buy women. That has always outraged me morally”.
The Maltese are proud of their Christian heritage stretching back to Paul’s shipwreck on their island. How might God want to turn the ‘raging storms’ presently buffeting Europe and the Middle East into the advance of his kingdom?
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.
In an interview in Germany, Franklin Graham talks about the vision of his evangelistic ministry and addresses criticism of his political support for Donald Trump.
Peronist Sergio Massa wins the first round of the Argentinian elections with a margin of less than 5% over the right-wing candidate Javier Milei.
The future of pensions and the price of energy are hot issues in the non-EU country at the heart of Europe. EVP and EDU seek to attract evangelical voters.
About 100,000 have crossed the border into Armenia. The World Evangelical Alliance is concerned about the blockade of humanitarian aid in the region.
The European Freedom Network launches a campaign with online petitions to make sure all businesses fight against any kind of exploitation within their supply chains.
The Argentinean Parliament has unanimously approved a draft law that "strengthens religious freedom in the country", evangelicals say.
Economic and political forces driving globalization are surely no moral apostles. The growing critique shows how little some nations trust in ethics and morals coming from Euro-America.
The outcome of the Spanish general election reflects a huge divide in the country. The “collective mentality of Spaniards” must change, says X. Manuel Suárez of the Evangelical Alliance.
Just over 1% of the votes separates the People’s Party and Prime Minister Sánchez’s Social Democrats. Catalan and Basque nationalists will have the key of the government.
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.
The evangelical entity launches a document addressing ten issues of general interest , to give a biblical perspective and encourage evangelicals to “vote wisely”.
The few religious references of the four main parties standing for election on 23 July show distinct differences in their approach to religion.
In neither country is surrogacy regulated by law, but the Dutch and Swedish governments support “altruistic surrogacy”.
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.
The politician and media tycoon was the post-modern embodiment of what Augustine meant when talking about the danger of ‘amor sui’ as opposed to ‘amor Dei’.
Freedom and peace have their roots. They are rooted in virtues of truth and justice.
At a meeting in Bogotá, missionaries and pastors acknowledged that they “still have challenges regarding our vocation and our capacity to welcome differences”.
The Anglican cathedral and an Episcopal church in Khartoum were also raided by gunman, while an evangelical church was partially burned.