Projekts MCR is a pioneering skatepark in Manchester. It is invitational to those who wouldn’t usually consider skateboarding.
Matias Radziwiluk, director of a Bible Institute in Ukraine, explains the key role of the church in responding to the humanitarian and spiritual challenge.
Women of Hope is focusing on specific regions where women are commonly abused and exploited and where many have never heard God’s message of redemption.
The Missions Working Group of the Spanish Evangelical Alliance launches an initiative for the collaboration of churches and organisations that send missionaries from Spain.
We should be realistic about contributing factors of burnout, sensitive to underlying stressors, and proactive in our care for one another.
What Old Testament prophets would say if they travelled through time and visited our churches today? What would they say to preachers?
Thousands of devotionals from Our Daily Bread ministry are distributed to security forces in Brazil after an agreement with the Ministry of Justice.
A multi-national Children’s Ministry Report warns that “there needs to be clearer communication and a stronger sense of purpose amongst all who are involved in children’s faith formation”.
Take time to evaluate where you are at with inconsistency with women’s roles in your church, listen to how that makes women feel.
Our relationships with those who impose sanctions and those who suffer sanctions must be shaped not by our respective authorities but by the will and calling of our Savior.
A Christian couple serving among Afghan refugees arriving in Pakistan, explain their difficult situation, especially that of Christians with a Muslim background.
Holy Riders recently celebrated their 40th anniversary. “We exist in order to tell motorcyclists about Jesus and what He can do for them”, says their President.
The WEA organised a virtual event to evaluate the impact of unilateral sanctions on churches and aid organizations worldwide and gives recommendations on how to overcome it.
A lot of ministry happens on fairly short notice. The weekly rhythm keeps ticking like a metronome, and it tends to get interrupted by emergencies.
Among the cultural legacy that the Welsh missionary George Lawrence left to the evangelicals in Catalonia is a collection of hymns in the local language that have been sung for generations.
The weekly emotional roller-coaster of preaching often has more low points than adrenaline highs.
The Global Youth Culture Study found out about their struggles, beliefs, relationships, connectedness and who and what influences them.
Perhaps our frustrating experiences are confirmation that our ministry is actually going according to plan.
A representative of the local authorities congratulated the graduates. Spanish evangelical leaders also attended the event.
“Youth ministry has to work on areas such as excellence in life, a correct stewardship of time and resources, and a constant dependence on God that generates confidence in economic entrepreneurship”, says Marcos Zapata.
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.
Much of ministry can feel like the agony of labour. But let’s remember the good times too. There is nothing as rewarding as seeing lives changed.
The articles in a daily newspaper or lyrics from a popular local song can be used to analyse underlying worldviews embedded in media messages.
Journeying alongside local churches in the Philippines. An article by Jojie Wong.
Transformational impact is increased through a holistic perspective for engaging with the media. Many more Christian influencers have engaged intentionally with media during the global coronavirus pandemic.