A report finds that the pandemic has accelerated the loss of religiosity in Spanish society, especially among those under the age of 34.
The amendment that allows to take all abortion pills at home within the first 10 weeks passed by 215 votes to 188. “It will have dire consequences for women”, evangelicals say.
As we take stock after two years of Covid-19 disruption, we will see how local church involvement is critical for all aspects of a healthy life.
How should Christians respond to recent financial developments in the light of the Bible’s teaching? An article by Paul Mills.
The plight of many families with disabled children hasn’t received the media attention that it so deserves and needs.
How vital it is to think it through, pray it through, and learn lessons in the late summer before another winter comes (whatever that may look like where you are).
Here’s my seven ‘top tips’ to help us help our family to improve our overall mental health afther the lockdowns.
Birthdays are important days to celebrate, but in doing so we should make sure that the celebration reflects the needs of the individual.
As the pandemic has worsened the crisis in the country, evangelicals have launched a project to provide food for hundreds of school children.
We might be easing slowly out of lockdown, but if we don’t listen then what kind of a world are we emerging back into?
As India is in the grip of a devastating second wave, Calvary Temple Church's building in Hyderabad has been converted into a 300 bed Covid Care Centre.
As many rush to get hugging again, it is worth a reminder that for some people hugging and close physical contact is not always welcome.
For the first time since December, regular worship services are allowed with a limit of 50 people. “In this time, God has enabled His church to be more intentional”, says the Evangelical Alliance.
With around 420,000 deaths and rocketing unemployment, pastors hope churches can be “a refuge” in the midst of a severe crisis. “It is the biggest challenge of my professional life”, says an evangelical doctor.
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom annual report denounces that “the pandemic fostered misinformation targeting religious minorities”.
It will allow users to ask for and respond prayers. “We are committed to build tools that help people connect to hope”, says the Facebook head of Global Faith Partnerships.
Law professor Javier Martínez Torrón has coordinated the book “Covid-19 and religious freedom”, which compares how governments like Spain, United Kingdom, Italy or the United States, related to faith groups during the pandemic.
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.
Peter Lynas of the Evangelical Alliance UK asks to “pray for youth workers, church leaders and others working behind the scenes to ease tensions and work for peace”.
Often defined by international media as a Covid-19 denier, the President died in March at the age of 61. The national evangelical students group and a Baptist pastor speak about Magufuli's legacy.
Sharing our load with God helps; seeking his peace is good for our souls.
Our strength to endure obviously comes not from within us, but from someone who is at work in and through us.
A multimedia project shares the gospel through short films that tell the testimony of people in all 52 Spanish provinces whose lives where restored by Jesus.
Ann Voskamp encourages us to find three things each day that are good, three things to give thanks for, and to write them down.
Italy negotiates a new government as the third wave of the pandemic hits the country. The Evangelical Alliance calls on Christians to avoid “conspiracy narratives”.