A march organised by pastors in Tegucigalpa asked the government to stop same-sex marriage legislation and gender ideology in schools.
Wonderful enrichment for life and haunting warnings await us if we just travel into the Bible with our hearts open and ready to learn.
AI is a fascinating tool that Christians may help develop in ways that glorify God, despite the potential for sinful distortions. An article by Abed Zien El Dien.
The country is officially in a “state of disaster” since February due to a shortage of energy resources. Christians in the country analyse the crisis.
They gathered for the 11th Spanish national meeting to encourage each other to be professionals with a mission perspective.
Women from the European Council for Theological Education join to share and encourage each other. Plans for developing a network are underway.
The Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, accepts the proposal to review “inappropriate” materials as asked for by a Christian parliamentarian.
The book I don't like that secret! by Christian police officer Salvador Martí, seeks to prevent child abuse.
The Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain analyses the challenges and achievements of evangelical churches in 2022.
Real ministry has frequently happened from a distance: 22 of the New Testament’s 27 books are letters written for the purpose of teaching from a distance.
Growing classes, concern for children’s safety due to school shootings and religious beliefs are among the reasons for the rise of homeschooling in the US.
Highlights are the fight against human trafficking and the efforts to integrate victims in the labour market. Spain is among the European countries with highest levels of prostitution.
Participants in the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education consultation in Izmir highlighted the importance of "mutuality" to strengthen global mission. The steadfastness of Ukrainian theological schools was honoured.
The evangelical organisation says local and national authorities undermine the foundations of the family, erode the authority of parents, and divert children from an “adequate sexual education”.
At the 52nd General Assembly of the Organisation of American States, Christian speakers called politicians to leave aside “ideological impositions” to address poverty and a quality education.
The Cuban regime hopes to validate the “Code of Families” through popular approval. Churches have been active in proposing changes to the project.
Eastern countries have the highest rates in Europe. Pioneer plans to prevent suicide are started in countries like Spain, where the incidence has been growing among young women.
Around 15,000 joined the march organised by evangelical groups. They asked to protect children from gender ideology initiatives in schools.
Pastor, writer, Scripture Union missionary and promoter of the Bible presentation method Godly Play, David Pritchard's greatest passion was bringing Jesus to children.
The Baptist Theological Seminary cooperates with care centers to serve the community and “bring hope to the hopeless”. 400 Baptist churches were lost.
“We reject any declaration that does not respect the historic doctrines of our institution”, they say. Other denominations are also expected to leave.
A survey identifies the interests, difficulties and hopes of young people, with religion playing a much less relevant role than in previous generations.
A survey shows that 73.1% of Danes see religion as a source of conflict, while only 8.4% believe it leads to peace.
A 60-page report of the Christian think tank Clapham Institutet examined religion and science school materials. Researcher Per Ewert hopes publishers and experts will revise the curricula for next year.
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