During the pandemic, the French Bible Alliance started the Manuscript Bible. Public figures such as footballer Olivier Giroud or doctor Denis Mukwege copied passages.
The Genesis light show presents the first three days of the creation in a church in Berlin. It will also be in other European countries.
Over 200 students of different ages and backgrounds have already participated in this biblical training programme. An article by Marisa Guardiola.
Every Man a Warrior is a Christian discipleship curriculum and ministry of TWR, training men to be the spiritual leaders God desires.
A new project fosters relationships between churches in rural areas of Great Britain. This large mission field needs passionate leaders and long-term commitment, says Tim Wilson.
Over 200 bookshops and other organisations take part in a project to raise interest in the Bible.
The Spanish Bible Society will also launch an audiovisual discipleship project, in addition to exhibitions, presentations in different formats and trainings.
‘Industrials for Christ' brings together professionals and amateurs from the construction sector to reform Christian facilities and to help unbelievers know Christ better.
There are many women in your churches for whom the pull to share the gospel is strong. Take time to support them as they share the gospel creatively around Easter.
Alianza Solidaria seeks to launch a digital classroom project to stop school dropouts among children from Latin American vulnerable families.
We talk to Salvador Martí, a Christian police officer and creator of a safeguardind workshop for children.
The final University project of an evangelical student turned into a documentary about Protestantism in the Spanish city. “My aim is to touch believers and unbelievers’ hearts”, she says.
A lot of ministry happens on fairly short notice. The weekly rhythm keeps ticking like a metronome, and it tends to get interrupted by emergencies.
After more than three decades of work, the Bible in this language spoken by around 200,000 people in the north of Spain is a reality. “We want it to be the reference text in both the ecclesiastical and civil spheres”.
A multimedia project shares the gospel through short films that tell the testimony of people in all 52 Spanish provinces whose lives where restored by Jesus.
A website aims to help the 130,000 Hong Kongers expected to arrive in the UK this year to get settled. They see it as an “opportunity for the church to show Jesus' hospitality”.
The Caffè Biblico, served online on Youtube, “has helped us to continue sharing a fresh message every day when we could not meet”, Italian pastors say.
An anonymous online survey is launched in Spain “to get an overview of pornography use within the church and to develop support resources adapted to the needs that may arise”.
The Office of Culture and Heritage will invest more than 4 million euros in the recovery of the San Isidoro del Campo monastery, where the first translation of the Bible into Spanish began.
“We live in a completely overwhelming situation”, a worker of an evangelical nursing home says. Personnel and material is scarce and solidary initiatives have been strarted to provide resources.
“MinorMatters” equips citizens to promote religious freedom. “The award shows that promoting understanding among different religious groups can overcome fear”, WEA General Secretary says.
Representatives of Christian police associations share a project to prevent cases of suicide in the security forces with Polish and Spanish Members of the European Parliament.
In the battle of language, this diffuse form of populism is defining what is “progressive” and what is not, and thus imposing its ideas on society.
Populism presents itself as the real, orthodox incarnation of popular will but makes itself unaccountable.
We need to be discerning as to the aspects of our nation and culture that can be affirmed by us, and those that must be challenged in the light of the character of God.