There is a risk the whole conversation may become a sterile exercise when two or more experts talk to one another, losing the gospel focus healthy theology must always have.
Fifty people gathered to pray for Pakistan The Italian Evangelical Alliance asks authorities to “implement effective measures to ensure the safety of Christian minorities”.
The Breccia di Roma has paid €12,000 in legal fees to defend their right to a have a recognised worship place. “As a minority, you have to work two to three times harder to access what other groups have more easily”.
The sixth edition of the Rome Scholars and Leaders Network was held in Rome.
Keller knew church planting in Europe is hard. Take heart, European leader!
Any person with Down's syndrome has the right to laugh, to cry, to feel love and suffer heartbreak, to enjoy sunsets, to work, to serve others. God, forgive us for being so selfish, cruel and hypocritical.
“There is a huge range of ways that Christians can make a difference”, says Mark Arnold, who works supporting ‘additional needs’ families in the UK.
The Rome Scholars and Leaders Network held its fifth edition. It is unique for its disciplinary focus in Roman Catholicism and the quality of its program.
It made quite an impression to have a work by Warhol among the dozens of artworks housed by an evangelical worship space in Rome for a week-long display prior to an auction.
Over 300 evangelicals participated in a prayer rally with stops at the most significant places of the social and cultural life of Rome.
The Italian Chinese Theological Seminary has been opened in Rome by a group of 55 churches. It will train pastors for Chinese-speaking communities in Italy and the rest of Europe.
The event, organised by an evangelical association, offered training on pro-life issues and finished with a flashmob in the center of Madrid.
“A brilliant role model” is exactly what he can be to the 1 in 5 children and young people who live with additional needs or disability in the UK.
During the second century, believers identified themselves to each other by drawing the simple figure of a fish on the ground or on the walls of the catacombs in Rome.
So much of our time is spent with entertainment and social media these days; we need to reengage with God’s Great Story not only on Sundays.
Italian Evangelicals celebrate the 150th anniversary of the “breccia di Roma” (breach of Rome). It opened the door for Rome to become a pluralistic city whose residents could finally begin to experience religious liberty.
Representatives of four evangelical denominations discussed the Biblical view of sexuality, the pressures of ideological trends in society, and the need to have a wise public presence.
Tatiana Anchundia shares how the Post-Abortion Syndrome affected the relationship with her children, in the #Breakingthesilence campaign of Christian pro-life organisation, Aesvida.
I lead a congregation in Rome that thrives on handshakes, greet kisses, and physical contact. This winter, the coronavirus has taught Italians the cautions of distance and isolation.
A letter was delivered to the ambassador “in favour of religious freedom in Algeria and in support of the evangelical churches in that country”.
This year’s Swiss ‘March For Life’ denounced that 9 in 10 babies with Down Syndrome have no chance to live. The police had to protect the event from pro-abortion radicals.
Participants from Europe, United States, Australia and Latin America attended the fourth edition of the Rome Scholars and Leaders Network. It “equips evangelical leaders to understand Roman Catholic theology and practice”.
Human identity, the role of media, and the protection of family were some of the issues addressed during the annual general assembly of the Italian Evangelical Alliance.
“We lament this act of vandalism”, says the Italian Evangelical Alliance. The square was named in 2015 and is one of the signs of religious diversity in the Italian capital.
Italian evangelicals were part of an inititiative in support of the Pakistani Christian woman.