The Spanish Evangelical Alliance and the Evangelical Federation spoke about the shared vocation of unity, visibility and social presence of the evangelical community.
Under the theme 'Shine Called to Influence’, the meeting “does not seek to be massive, but strategic”, says president of Assemblies of God in Spain, Juan Carlos Escobar.
Several groups in neighbouring Spain have set up channels to give. Christians in Morocco join the efforts to support survivors.
“If suicide is already a taboo subject, it is even more invisible in the socially vulnerable population”, said organisers of a conference.
In the Southern European country, evangelical churches are the religious minority that grows the most, nearly tripling the presence of Muslim worship places.
Christians in Morocco have formed a group to coordinate their response. In the area around Marrakesh, they focus on assisting looking for survivors under the rubble and help “families who have suffered losses”.
The fraudsters contacted church leaders posing as a pastor from Seville and a young man “far from the Lord” and asked for between 250 and 300 euros.
The latest official figures, published in July, show that only one in five practice Catholicism, while atheism exceeds 16%.
An uncontrolled forest fire has already devastated 15,000 hectares on the island of Tenerife, which has been declared a disaster area. Christians are among the 7,000 evacuated or confined. No church buildings have been affected.
José Urbano returned to business after several attempts. “Business is the Lord's whatever the situation, you have to rest in Him”.
From Venezuela to the Canary Islands, from a laundry to the Royal House. Yukonda Esparragoza shares her experience of living “miracle after miracle”.
Two long-established stations are left out of the broadcasting allocations although they met the requirements.
Reach Mallorca gathers 250 young Christians from Germany and Switzerland. “There is a great interest in God and spiritual topics among German visitors”.
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.
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.
It is estimated that around 3,500 hectares were affected by the fire. “Part of our task is to bring consolation, truth and hope to the people”, the local evangelical pastor says.
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.
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.
The free and anonymous telephone number offers 24/7 help to victims. The agreement with the National Police follows a model working well in Greece.
Only two weeks before the general elections, the Spanish government uses the European Union Presidency to promote gender self-identification across the continent.
The regional parliament tries to solve the problem of worship places and creates an Interreligious Council for faith minorities.