The Argentinean Parliament has unanimously approved a draft law that "strengthens religious freedom in the country", evangelicals say.
In the traditional ceremony, evangelicals pastors called for unity, reconciliation and justice. Freedom of worship should be enshrined in the Constitution, they said.
Meanwhile, Christian families take the street to demand the withdrawal of free textbooks that “make statements on sexual issues totally inappropriate for minors”.
More than half of those who leave Roman Catholicism in the region turn to evangelical churches, finds a survey.
The Costa Rican Evangelical Alliance Federation calls on the government to defend the right to life and the sovereignty of the state.
Evangelical churches in Latin America should practice a perspective of justice in the mission of our church which compels us to step outside the comfort of our buildings.
José Vivas was held in prison for a month after an irregular trial, due to a misinterpretation of a statement he made about the need to have spiritual freedom.
An interview with Luis Rodríguez Pérez, who follows the fate of political prisoners in Cuba, two years after the pro-democracy protests. “A vast majority of Cubans have been in the opposition since they have the faculty to reason”.
Five speakers at the dialogue with civil society were able to present the views of Latin American evangelicals on education, respect of life and religious freedom.
Sao Paulo hosted the largest Christian gathering in Latin America. There was less political representation in this year's edition.
At a meeting in Bogotá, missionaries and pastors acknowledged that they “still have challenges regarding our vocation and our capacity to welcome differences”.
The emigration of Argentinians to Italy increased lately. The search for opportunities and the missionary call among the reasons to return for Christian families.
“Taking the Christian bookshop into the centre of the commercial scene is commendable”, says Christian bookstore CLC. Over 600,000 people attended the fair.
Bolivian organisations and citizens marched on Children's Day to demand attention and protection for children, as well as to prevent all forms of violence against children.
An interview with Alejandro Escobar, a Christian who works at the Inter-American Development Bank, promoting economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Luis Enrique Camarena received the recognition from the government for “being a bridge between the state and the church to foster constructive dialogues that resolve conflicts”.
A new Union of Christian Politicians met and debated as part of the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family in Cordoba (Argentina).
A summary of the first day of the Ibero-American Congress for Life and Family in Córdoba (Argentina).
Through special services and charity events, evangelicals in Latin America commemorate the death and, above all, the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Ghana, Brazil, East Asia, and the global church. An article by Philip Lutterodt, Joabe G. Cavalcanti and Loun Ling Lee.
The regime rewards like-minded churches with subsidies. The Evangelical Council of Venezuela rejects the “strong partisan component” of the initiative.
There is “extreme persecution” in 10 countries in Africa and the Middle East, says Open Doors. Elsewhere, worrying trends are observed in key geopolitical actors such as India, Saudi Arabia and China.
The executive committee of the Christian Alliance of Evangelical Churches discussed pending issues and stressed the need for dialogue and reconciliation.
Ecuadorian midfielder Carlos Gruezo shared on Instagram a video showing several members of the national team praying in a hotel room ahead of the match.
The regime claims that the premises are illegal and needed for mothers with over 3 children who do not have a home. The church has been there for 30 years.