Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland plan to legalise its recreational use soon. Italy will hold a public referendum, while Spanish and Portuguese political parties are deciding their positions.
Missiologist Jim Memory analyses the main trends in church and society. He will be one of the speakers at this week’s Lausanne Europe 20/21 gathering.
I want to make more of my time as far as reading is concerned. A lot of that motivation has come from taking a couple of hours to organise my shelves.
Performance is unsustainable. At the same time, effective communication is worth some conscious and prayerful attention.
The “Heartbeat" Act protects the unborn from the sixth week of pregnancy. Pro-life groups believe the country is on the verge of a paradigm shift.
Toward a ‘third culture’ of oneness in Christ. An article by Kirst Rievan.
"Collaborative work is essential to fulfill the mission", says Rosa Barrachina after more than one hundred missionary entities and agencies participated in the event Missions Made In Spain.
Thai evangelical leaders “work to keep political issues out of the church”, while young people “feel disappointed that churches ignore what happens in society”.
The European evangelicals and churches are called to pray and to engage with the Bible from 10 to 17 January.
This New Year we need to remember what is unchanging, so it can anchor us for the year ahead.
‘Roma Networks’ helps build healthy regional partnerships to respond to challenges such as children education, East-West migrations, and the holistic training of young Christian leaders.
As the war in Ukraine continues, local pastors on the frontlines are putting their faith into action. Vyacheslav Balagura (Donetsk Regional Church of God Pastor) and Peter Dudnyk (Church of God Missionary Coordinator for Ukraine union) share about their work. OM teams work with several churches in the cities of Odessa, Rivne, Vinnitsa, and Kaharlyk.
For some of us, time tends to move past quickly and sometimes erratically. It is helpful to figure out where the time actually goes.
A tiny, rare phosphine molecule does not appear to be sufficiently solid evidence to support such an important hypothesis as the existence of life on Venus.
According to a fugitive from Turkish justice detained in Argentina, members of President Erdogan's party contacted him to kill the pastor.
At bottom, we find a theological problem. The apes believe that God has created them to be the masters of the planet, setting them apart from the other creatures.
“A friend didn’t know this was a church, she was amazed that a church includes dance or surf or other activities”.
Surf Church started in a living room in Porto, and now they offer dance classes and children work. “We would to see that church reproducing into more and more communities of Jesus followers”.
Covid-19 exposes the stark inequalities of our world as it wreaks havoc most on those for whom lockdown means no money and no food and who don’t have access to the basics of clean water and soap let alone a garden or park.
Our point of reference has to remain the Lord and not coronavirus. It’s necessary to affirm God’s control over the whole situation and the need to repent before Him.
The New Testament refers to hyssop in relation to the sacrifice of Christ on the cross
Despite being a plant that grows wild in Palestine, it is never mentioned in the Bible.
The proposal has been rejected internationally. “It is not a peace agreement, but just a ‘vision’ or ‘plan’, and that does not mean much to Israel”, a Israeli professor of international relations says.
While you may use multiple texts, it is not primarily to build the main idea, but rather to reinforce the main idea.
Let’s not allow the artificial and temporary newness, to take our focus away from the wonder of all that is new for us in Christ.