Ignacio Rodriguez, a Spanish real estate professional, recalls how the economic crisis of 2008 helped him to refocus his financial life from a biblical perspective.
Every Man a Warrior is a Christian discipleship curriculum and ministry of TWR, training men to be the spiritual leaders God desires.
As we focus on the mind-stretching story of the Creator entering into his creation as a human infant, let’s worship him with heart, head and hands this Christmas.
A report shows that Australians have a good perception of Christians and are willing to have spiritual conversations, but also see Christianity as a bad influence in some areas.
How can we make sure that aid will be useful for Ukrainian refugees? Miqueas Forster of GAiN Spain answers this and other questions.
Over 340 million Europeans in 19 countries use the currency today. The creation of a digital euro is among the challenges ahead, which could have “far-reaching implications for societies in the future”, says a Christian analyst.
How should Christians respond to recent financial developments in the light of the Bible’s teaching? An article by Paul Mills.
Sports fans are eager to return to stadiums to watch competitions and events live, but will it be a ‘return to normal’ in terms of the lucrative business of sport? By Leo Orobor.
Sermon preparation may be a struggle, even a battle at times, but every moment is a privilege.
It is not possible to avoid every negative motive all the time, but we must beware lest any of these start to fester within and then characterise our ministry.
As Christians in today’s culture, we need to have an awareness of the competing gods of digital Babylon. If we actively serve the gods of Europe, we may in the end find ourselves not worshiping the God of the Universe.
“Banks and governments do not have to keep money back, but to be proactive and stimulate the market”, says the director of the World Evangelical Alliance Business Coalition.
God knows what is coming; He always has, and we never have. Maybe this can stir a greater humility in us all, even when restrictions ease.
Africa has become “an easy prey, because of its vulnerability and the abiding Western interest in the region”, says the Secretary General of the Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA).
There are plenty of reasons why we should preach, but what would you add to this list of rubbish reasons?
Concern for the poor, starting with those within the Christian ‘family’, is laced through the fabric of the Gospels and Epistles.
Strengthening the church in the face of a troublesome trend.
A book recently published says the institution loses 120,000 euros a day. “The situation has become worse with Francisco”, Vatican expert Leonardo De Chirico says.
Concerns about the digital currency being used to facilitate money laundering, drug purchases and terrorist financing are high on the list.
The US President presents a plan that includes the creation of “a coalition of businesses for the protection of religious freedom”.
The Bible warns against using dishonest weights, but we have raised that to an art form.
The legal attempt to take the Christian phrase off bills and coins has been rejected by the Supreme Court. Atheist activists have lost other similar appeals in the last years.
Embracing our mission of holistic transformation.
Remember that how we support the bereaved can bring glory to God.
We forget that life quickly passes b