The regional government of Madrid hosted an institutional event, recognising the “added value” that evangelicals bring to society.
After three days of street evangelism, thousands of people attended the closing event of “Barcelona, Jesus loves you”.
“We contributed to the perpetuation of slavery, through our theology we justified the abuse”, said a Protestant leader. The Dutch king also apologised.
Over 200 students of different ages and backgrounds have already participated in this biblical training programme. An article by Marisa Guardiola.
Through special services and charity events, evangelicals in Latin America commemorate the death and, above all, the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
John Newton, a former slave trader who became a pastor, presented his well-known hymn in 1773 to help his congregation understand 1 Chronicles 17:16-17.
The event was attended by around a thousand people, including local authorities of the Spanish city.
Carlos Martínez celebrates 40 years on stage and analyses his career. ‘Silence must be part of our communication inside and outside the church’.
The main event was a congress that gathered over 300 people under the theme “Roots and zeal”. “We want to discern what God expects from us for the next years”.
The Guatemalan government celebrates a solemn act in the National Palace for the declaration of the country as Pro-Life Capital, with national and Latin American leaders.
Guatemalan Foreign Affairs Minister Mario Adolfo Búcaro talks about the country's declaration as the Latin American pro-life capital, and its policies in defence of the unborn.
Take some time out with your God and let Him stir your heart afresh. Then you can preach Christmas.
Less than 20 evangelical believers were alive when Albania regained freedom in 1991. Now, there are about 200 evangelical churches in every corner of the country.
On 14th November the centenary was celebrated in the Igreja do Mirante, the oldest evangelical church in Porto.
The German state opened the festivities of the year dedicated to the translation of the New Testament on Reformation day under the motto “Translating the World”.
Costa Rican evangelical leaders gathered to thank God for two hundred years of independent life and to pray for the country.
Birthdays are important days to celebrate, but in doing so we should make sure that the celebration reflects the needs of the individual.
The future both of Germany and of the EU has no guarantee without a restored transatlantic relationship of trust and cooperation.
The UK Prime Minister recalls Christians who celebrate Christmas “in secret”. Queen Elisabeth says: “Through His teaching, Jesus Christ shows the world how small steps can overcome divisions”.
The Prime Minister resigns after large demonstrations against political corruption and the precarious economic situation. More than 400 people died in the last 2 months.
A Brethren church commemorates the anniversary with cultural activities and worship services. “We want to be a light in the neighborhood of Gracia and in our city”.