The idea of spending a lifetime with the same person is increasingly surprising when it comes to marriage. The surprise, however, cannot hide our longings.
House of David followes the fall of Saul and the rise of David in a story about love, politics and war, the producers say.
Jazz Cow “reluctantly leads a group of artists, poets and misfits in resisting Dr Popp’s technocratic world of algorithms and fake filters”. Creator John Lumgair hopes to deliver a thoughtful social satire “with a big heart”.
The venue in Besançon was chosen because it is well served. “It is not the place that makes the church, it is the people who make it”, says the pastor.
On Christmas Eve, as every year, the program of the evangelical churches on state television broadcast the Christmas service.
Curro Royo is a scriptwriter with over 30 years of experience in TV series such as Spain's popular Cuéntame como pasó. In an interview, he talks about his Christian faith and his passion for stories.
‘Torrents de vie’ organises camps to help people struggling with their sexual orientation. The Equality Minister condemns what she describes as “homophobia and transphobia on display”.
The French Protestant Federation is worried about media portrayals linking evangelicals in the country to supporters of Trump or Bolsonaro.
The programme, which included music and a preaching on Jesus’ centrality in Christmas, was aired on Christmas Eve.
Watch this 12-minute-long in-depth report made by the Finnish National Television.
Premiering on 2 September, the series is set thousands of years before the events of Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
A modern live musical with current pop songs that tells the Easter story was performed in the centre of the German city of Essen and broadcast nationwide on TV.
Marcus Lamb, co-founder of a US satellite broadcaster that reaches millions worldwide, was an outspoken sceptic of Covid-19 vaccines.
Canal 21 is lead by pastor Guillermo Osorno, a presidential candidate in Nicaragua's recent elections. "The good news of salvation will never be silenced in our nation", they said.
World's longest-running religious TV program Songs of Praise “has featured the many people who have put their faith at the centre of their lives”, says the Queen.
Talking about mental health with young people through a glimpse into the early life of of a well-known TV presenter and his struggles with mental health as a teenager.
“Our audience grew in the months of the pandemic”, says the team behind the evangelical programme aired every Sunday on the Spanish public television. The Portuguese project seeks to better reach children.
In 2017, Revelation TV was fined with 6,000 euros for allegedly attacking the dignity of LGBT people. The judge says “critiquing ideas or positions” of others is a constitutional right.
Founder Terry Ascott shares insights about the evolution of the media project that now reaches millions in countries such as Egypt and Iran.
We are not here forever. Ageing makes us face up to our mortality. It tells us about more than just the “vanity” of life.
A report of the Spanish public TV shows the social action of evangelical associations during the pandemic. “We put the five loaves and two fish, and the Lord has multiplied them”.
Adults pose naked in front of minors for a popular TV programme in Denmark. Mikael Arendt Laursen of the organisation “Church and Media” shares his impressions from a Christian perspective.
A Cuban pastor started using it on social media, after a pro-regime theologian appeared on national television denying the miracles of Jesus Christ.
The French series L'Effrondrement has an impact on the viewer because it dramatises some narratives that we have already begun to generate during the last crises.
The “potentially harmful statements” were aired by LoveWorld, a broadcaster owned by a Nigerian megachurch.