Around 280 professionals, students, and church leaders attended the once-in-a-decade conference. Dr John Wyatt was the main speaker of a programme that included 15 other thematic seminaries.
John Wyatt in an in-depth interview about Artificial Intelligence, abortion, euthanasia, and creation care: “There is an urgent need for us Christians to build a bridge between the world of the historic biblical faith and these very new and challenging issues”.
With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse "curiosity" about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory.
A virtual forum for Christian leaders, with technology experts and pastors, analysed the technological and communicative development of the Internet of the future.
A Christian broadcaster in the Middle East is giving embattled Iranian women a voice after government officials shut down the nation’s internet amid mass protests that have turned deadly.
Most Christian mission projects rely on Western support. As soon as a given nation or a critical part of a given society turns against the West, financial support will dry out or even criminalised.
As millions of young people are quitting their jobs to change their lifestyles, Christians engaged in workplace discipleship are reminding that "work done for God is an act of worship".
In Glasgow, it was so encouraging to see Christian young people across the world and especially in the UK taking this up and making their voices heard.
On Andrea Riccardi’s insights on the crisis of present-day Roman Catholicism.
We have made evangelism a personality type. We have made witnessing a job, when actually every Christian is a witness - or an imposter.
Around 80 people attended the Prayer Day Encounter held in Bern’s Bundeshaus. The event included speeches and a joint lunch.
Whoever is elected, the next pope will unlikely be an “evangelical” if the word “evangelical” retains its doctrinal and historical meaning.
A research states that shortfall in the number of girls being born will lead to a surplus of young men in around a third of the global population, “with the full social and economic impacts”.
Amid the huge economic crisis, hopelessness spreads among the population, says the Lebanese Christian worker Wissam Nasrallah. “It is for a moment such as this that the Lord has called the church to be present and active”.
For those of us experiencing turmoil of some kind, my advice is: cling to the Lord. Don’t let small breaches separate you from the people who love you.
Let’s not be too quick to consign this tragic and turbulent year to history and take more opportunities to share our faith and hope by contributing to civil society.
The assassination of the President is a visible symptom of years of injustice, corruption and distrust, says Wegens Dextra, a Christian leader working in pro-childhood initiatives.
Rut Skrie explains how her association is dealing with the migration crisis in Ceuta. “We are helping, but very discreetly because the people here were overwhelmed and afraid”.
God controls everything so that some day we will know that it was all for our good.
The churches that will recover the best from COVID and the Zoom church phenomenon are those which take thes three marks seriously: preaching, sacraments, and Christian fellowship.
+Q Salud has been conducting training and health care in the country for more than ten years. Now the NGO has reached an agreement with the local authorities to develop a program similar to the medical residency in Spain.
Anxiety and depression are “major issues” in times of lockdown, but “many Christian students have started reading the Bible one to one with non-believing friends”.
All of the different things that Christmas brings can be really hard for children with special needs to cope with.
Jonathan Ebsworth of Tech Human shares practical tips. “Real embodied human relationships are messy and difficult, but it is where we can find true love and acceptance; even if the digital world feels more accepting”.
Europe and other regions in the world are trying to control the power of large companies such as Amazon, Google or Alibaba. But there is no agreement about what the rules should be, says expert Jonathan Ebsworth.
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