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.
A virtual forum for Christian leaders, with technology experts and pastors, analysed the technological and communicative development of the Internet of the future.
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.
We need biblical wisdom to use social media correctly, understanding its relevance. An article by Kaiky Fernandez and Pedro Dulci.
Pornography websites could be fined up to 10% of their annual turnover or be blocked. Christian associations welcome “a significant, but long overdue step in the right direction”.
Big Tech companies in the US and China “spread technologies and hope that any problems that might follow will be easily overcome”, says expert Jonathan Ebsworth. Giants such as Meta have not demonstrated a willingness to seek “the good of society as a whole”.
For numerous Protestant churches, gospel content through radio may well be one of the few reliable sources of responding to questions and nurturing local believers.
Churches can become centres of excellence for the creative use of AI technology to support everyone, including disabled people, both in church and elsewhere.
We believe that reporting on all kind of current affairs from a Christian perspective is not only useful, but necessary.
The most interesting stories according to our readers include a French Minister, a British evangelist and an Olympics recordwoman.
A resolution of the Council of 47 European countries recommends to focus on sexual education, online protection and security, and strong regulation.
A recently launched news platform for Europe has been live since October. We speak to its editor-in-chief, the Dutch journalist Evert van Vlastuin.
Over 100 women have already registered in a newly created platform for female Christian speakers in German-speaking countries. Theologian Evi Rodemann explains her vision for mentoring.
We are embodied creatures and we rightly long to interact face-to-face. This God-given longing is a compass to help navigate the deceptive and exploitative redefinition of relationships.
The technology-evangelists’ goal is to provide products and services that are so compelling, easy to access, and intuitive to use that we can’t help but adopt them.
Two children's associations are suing France's leading internet providers. 1 out of 3 French 12-year-olds has been exposed to pornography.
My Apple Watch lights up to pay, and in my pocket, I feel the buzz of my banking app notification: £2.45 debited for a large latte. Beep, the Oyster card taps seamlessly on the Number 36 bus.
“Society is not fully aware of the danger of gambling”, warns the Spanish Evangelical Psychologists Group. The average profile is a 25 year-old-male online player.
The Infancy Working Group of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance launches a Protocol for Child Protection. “We still have a long way to go”, says Javier Martín.
Let’s not choose between in-building or online children’s and youth work; let’s not create exclusion by cutting off families who have been able to connect to church like never before over the past 12 months.
So much of our time is spent with entertainment and social media these days; we need to reengage with God’s Great Story not only on Sundays.
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.
Psychologist Diane Langberg will address the theme “Redeeming power: understanding authority and abuse in the church” in an online event hosted by the Forum of Christian Leaders.
Ana María found the gospel through the website In Search of Jesus. Opportunities to share the gospel on the internet are multiplying, according to this online evangelism ministry.
The developers of the ‘Heroes 2’ video game app hope that it will be a tool to bring the message of Jesus to new generations.
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