The preparation of a sermon will be a privilege, an opportunity for God to mark your life profoundly.
As the two-year anniversary of Putin’s ‘special operation’ in Ukraine approaches, we can be tempted to be discouraged and feel our prayers are not being heard.
From large cities to small towns, multiple gatherings were organised around the annual Evangelical Alliance initiative to pray and unite for mission.
From 14 to 21 January, Europeans are invited to reflect and pray for the mission through the articles of the Lausanne Covenant in its 50th anniversary.
Prayer gatherings were organised in several churches as demonstrators asked the government to roll back subsidy cuts.
It is too easy to march on to the drum beat of urgency and not take time to give thanks to God, who has made every breath possible this year.
Five hundred participants at the European Parliament Prayer Breakfast in Brussels last Wednesday listened intently to a Palestinian Christian leader and others who are suffering under the Israel-Gaza conflict.
The National Council of Evangelicals in France approved a document to “bring vision and unity to the mission of the churches, without denying their diversity”.
I feel ashamed that immigrants to our beautiful country would be bullied into not even being able to attend church, writes the leader of the Evangelical Alliance Ireland.
Hands and knees are two of the most important tools for a Christian: hands to serve, knees to pray.
Once you pray with someone in public, you are conveying that all the participants share the same Christian faith and are “brothers and sisters” in Christ.
As the situation in the Holy Land intensifies, the European Evangelical Alliance invites the Church to pray together.
Reactions from evangelical Christians in France, UK, Spain, Germany, and the European Evangelical Alliance.
The Italian Evangelical Alliance says the “Together 2023” event with Pope Francis and other heads of Christian confessions was “crossing a line”. They demand “a public discussion of the whole of World Evangelical Alliance’s constituency” on ecumenism.
Politicians, diplomats and intercessors from the Nordic and Baltic nations gathered in Helsinki for a prayer breakfast near the Finnish parliament.
Fifty people gathered to pray for Pakistan The Italian Evangelical Alliance asks authorities to “implement effective measures to ensure the safety of Christian minorities”.
An uncontrolled forest fire has already devastated 15,000 hectares on the island of Tenerife, which has been declared a disaster area. Christians are among the 7,000 evacuated or confined. No church buildings have been affected.
From Venezuela to the Canary Islands, from a laundry to the Royal House. Yukonda Esparragoza shares her experience of living “miracle after miracle”.
“In any democracy with a respect for religious freedom, all should be allowed to pray in the privacy of their own minds”, says the defence. Trial is set for November.
Let us be committed to the urgent and unfinished task of making disciples of Jesus Christ in the whole world. An article by Joshua Bogunjoko.
Once people trust Christ, what do we pray for? Often it seems to shift to the more mundane matters of health and career.
The unity initiative Spain We Pray for You brought together evangelicals from across the country.
Evangelicals in the region mobilise on the ground. “We desire to help our brothers in Christ and be useful for the community”.
They gathered for the 11th Spanish national meeting to encourage each other to be professionals with a mission perspective.
Precious and Beloved speaks to Muslim women worldwide about their worth and value. The goal is to have 52 scripts translated into over 20 languages.