The centres start face-to-face classes with significantly less students but boosting its digital resources. “The need to share the message of hope in Christ is even more urgent”.
Churches following Covid-19 secure guidelines, can hold more than six people in total. “We want to make Jesus known and do lots to help rebuild this nation”, the EAUK says.
Spain, the UK, Italy, Turkey, France and Germany are the European countries with more cases, which are spreading among younger people.
“We stand up for our country and ask God for forgiveness. We want to go back to the Word of God”, say the organisers of the event, which follow all coronavirus measures.
A research of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation forecasts world population to shrink after mid-century. “The solution are open migration policies and social measures to support families”.
Sudanese government also bans female genital mutilation. The WEA encourages Sudan to take more measures to enshrine human rights and religious freedom.
The regional government asks churches to report any newcomers to make sure they undergo PCR tests. The region has experienced three recent outbreaks.
For Christians readjusting to life emerging from lockdown, we should be seeking the common good by respecting the law and following any guidelines.
Scientists from Imperial College London and Berkeley University warn that “the risk of a second wave happening if all precautions are abandoned is very real”.
The first Sunday of reopening was May 24, but several churches waited another week. “Returning was a mixture of feelings between joy and pain”, church members said.
What should happen as restrictions are loosened and as impatience for normality grows? Can Christians continue to promote both freedom and responsibility?
Italy, Spain and Greece have received increasing numbers of migrants and refugees. But 6 in 10 trafficking victims in Europe are EU citizens.
“Religious communities have been very responsible and very problem-conscious”, the spokesman of the German government said. The Austrian Chancellor gave “a special thank you to the churches”.
The Brussels Representative of the European Evangelical Alliance, Arie de Pater, analyses the situation of the EU amid the coronavirus, and the role of Christians in this crisis.
The National Council of Evangelicals of France supports “the current restrictions for reasons of public health”. “In this crisis, we keep our hope in God intact, and seek to share it”.
The Brazilian Evangelical Alliance denounces the presence of the President in a demonstration against the quarantine, ignoring the recommendations of the WHO.
In March of 2019, the tropical cyclone destroyed 90% of Beira, the second most important city in the country.
President Duterte told security forces to “shoot to kill” those who disobey the preventative measures that have been declared by his government during the Covid-19 crisis.
The cases of using coronavirus as a pretext for arresting evangelical leaders have grown amid the Himalayan lockdown.
The Spanish Evangelical Alliance analyses the challenges and decisions happening in the areas of medicine, economy and social justice in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Chinese Christian Church in Spain closely follows the religious freedom changes happening in its home country. “The government wants all evangelical churches to be subject to the organisation of the Three Autonomies”.
Eight European countries have already declared the state of emergency, banned or strongly restricted the entrance of foreigners, and asked citizens to stay at home.
Pastors of the Chinese Christian Church in Spain explain how they handle the Covid-19 crisis. “At work, we notice discrimination. Many think that the Chinese are carriers of the virus”.
They are cooperating with the authorities and complying with the precautionary measures of the Spanish Health Ministry.
The Council of Europe Assembly calls on member states to “take all necessary measures to combat discrimination based on religion or beliefs”.