With the educational project Missió Humanitas, the Catalan authorities seek to arouse "curiosity" about the different beliefs, confessions and convictions present in the territory.
A survey among pastors also finds that Christian communities had more chances to connect with new people. Church leaders are still feeling exhausted.
Premiering on 2 September, the series is set thousands of years before the events of Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.
We need biblical wisdom to use social media correctly, understanding its relevance. An article by Kaiky Fernandez and Pedro Dulci.
Thousands have already been hosted by families in countries like Switzerland, Germany, Spain and the UK. Websites connect refugees and potential hosts.
The largest evangelical denomination in Spain held its annual congress in a hybrid format under the theme "Do it again!"
The President and professor at Union School of Theology, “will look at the gospel as the cure we desperately need and how we can cultivate integrity to the gospel”.
Czech and Spanish evangelicals went online to begin the year in prayer and in practical fellowship with their brothers and sisters.
Pornography websites could be fined up to 10% of their annual turnover or be blocked. Christian associations welcome “a significant, but long overdue step in the right direction”.
A study of the University of Rio de Janeiro stresses that "a critical reading is needed" to face the circulation of false information in the digital media.
The 3-hour online class “will consider some simple biblical insights to help us grow spiritually in a straightforward, practical, and Jesus-focused way”.
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.
The new law states that Chinese Christians need a state permit to publish religious content, which “should not incite subversion or oppose the communist party leadership”.
Alianza Solidaria seeks to launch a digital classroom project to stop school dropouts among children from Latin American vulnerable families.
TWR teams in Central Asia broadcast programs, produce YouTube videos, and distribute hand-held radios with USB sticks filled with programs.
We need others from different backgrounds to help us think outside our own box. We need to hear what God is doing in other parts of Europe.
The head of Relational Mission “will give us an overview of the New Testament model of the Christian (and church) life”, says the FOCL, organiser of the event.
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.
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).
The 2021 European Evangelical Alliance annual event will be held online (7-10 June). “Our mission requires perspectives and contributions from all spheres of society”.
Participants from all over the world “received encouragement and inspiration through specialized training, mentoring and networking”, say the organisers of the European Leadership Forum.
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.
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.
So much of our time is spent with entertainment and social media these days; we need to reengage with God’s Great Story not only on Sundays.
The churches that will recover the best from COVID and the Zoom church phenomenon are those which take thes three marks seriously: preaching, sacraments, and Christian fellowship.