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.
The evangelical body warns that “everyone must take responsibility for their decisions”. Maintaining unity in the churches is a matter of addressing the Covid-19 debates with “spiritual sobriety”.
How should Christians respond to recent financial developments in the light of the Bible’s teaching? An article by Paul Mills.
The Swiss Evangelical Alliance invites churches “to dedicate a Sunday service to reflect on children in need", under the theme ‘To leave no child behind’.
The Holy Synod of the Greek Orthodox Church pointed out in a statement that they “support the government’s efforts to battle the resurging pandemic”.
Marcus Lamb, co-founder of a US satellite broadcaster that reaches millions worldwide, was an outspoken sceptic of Covid-19 vaccines.
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”.
The plight of many families with disabled children hasn’t received the media attention that it so deserves and needs.
The military announced a government of national unity. Guinean evangelicals ask to pray “for the unity of the church, socio-political stability and support to promote the gospel”.
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).
“Our audience grew in the months of the pandemic”, says the team behind the evangelical programme aired every Sunday on the Spanish public television. The Portuguese project seeks to better reach children.
The English Cemetery of Malaga was founded in 1831. Now it is open daily and has recovered its cultural activity.
National Christian organisations unite to pray as over 130 pastors have died.
“Governments have put a lot of money into developing these vaccines. It's a dilemma with legal, economic, political and ethical aspects. The key would be for pharmaceutical companies to allocate part of their profits to more universal and equitable access to vaccines”.
A study recently launched shows that free churches supported around 180,000 people during the pandemic. “There is no hope stronger than the one we find in Jesus”, they say.
A representative of the local authorities congratulated the graduates. Spanish evangelical leaders also attended the event.
Birthdays are important days to celebrate, but in doing so we should make sure that the celebration reflects the needs of the individual.
According to data from the regional Religious Affairs Unit, the death toll exceeds 8% of registered evangelical ministers in the area.
“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.
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?
“We admit anyone who knock on our door”, says the pastor of the church, which has fed 37,000 families since the start of the pandemic.
The university offers its facilities, staff and equipment to the Ministry of Health. Meanwhile, Costa Rican evangelical MPs call on the nation to pray for those suffering from coronavirus.
Scientist John Wyatt gives 10 answers to frequently asked questions about the Covid-19 vaccines.
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom annual report denounces that “the pandemic fostered misinformation targeting religious minorities”.
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