A year ago, journalist Tanya Pinchuk worked for a Christian radio station in Ukraine. Now from Ireland she continues to tell the story of those who have not yet returned home.
Vladimir Putin justifies his war against Ukraine by claiming to protect Russia, at its historic borders. The question however is – what does he mean by 'historic'?
According to data presented by the Kyiv-based Institute for Religious Freedom, almost 500 religious sites have been damaged in the first year of the war.
The reality of living with war means that with no electricity, heating or water in their apartments and constant explosions nearby, many families are taking shelter in a basement in the city of Toretsk.
A survey by Forum 18 shows that “violations of the human rights have increased since fraudulent presidential elections and the regime's support for Russia's invasion of Ukraine”.
Amid war, the unpredictability of electric power and internet access reveals the importance of radio broadcasts.
Sergei Ryakhovsky is accused of “publicly supporting and justifying the Russian war”. 21 leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church are also sanctioned.
The Federation of Evangelical Religious Entities of Spain analyses the challenges and achievements of evangelical churches in 2022.
In Ukraine the New Year celebration has always been more important than Christmas. This year is different, more people are focusing on Christmas and its meaning.
Evangelical Christians should stand up for people who are unjustly forcibly recruited, sent to the front, and forced to kill against their declared will and conscience.
The views of 10 European Christians, including a Protestant worker expelled from Turkey, an Albanian pastor defending his freedom of expression, an Ukrainian missionary seeking to return home, and a Spanish mime successful in Germany.
Ukrainian villagers were glad to get food but also prepared to stand in the snow and cold wind to listen to the team share the gospel.
Evangelical churches in Russia have been praying for peace and ministering to those in need right now for 6 months in Ukrainian cities. By Pavel Kolesnikov.
Over 200 Romanian entrepreneurs gathered to reflect on how Biblical principles can be integrated into business, and to share common challenges.
The YouVersion Bible app annual report stresses that “Ukrainian-language Bible engagement skyrocket in several European countries many by triple digits”.
There are opportunities for churches as they welcome Ukrainians into their midst, many of whom come from evangelical backgrounds.
Some 400 church representatives gathered in Valencia for an innovative learning day. The aim, to carry out the Great Commission of Jesus in all phases of life.
They were working in their garage when a group of Russian soldiers abducted them. Four days later, their bodies were found in a forest.
Participants in the International Council for Evangelical Theological Education consultation in Izmir highlighted the importance of "mutuality" to strengthen global mission. The steadfastness of Ukrainian theological schools was honoured.
The Church in Ukraine needs to respond to the emotional and spiritual needs of its people as the ongoing extension of the mission of God. An aticle by Kristy Williams, Ruslan Maliuta and Yuriy Kulakevych.
The Spanish Bible Society will also launch an audiovisual discipleship project, in addition to exhibitions, presentations in different formats and trainings.
The uncertain times for European society call for a rapid shift in our collective perception from its reactionary mode.
Over 170 people participated in the European Conference of Brethren Assemblies under the theme Passion for the Kingdom.
The consultation features six tracks and eighteen workshops with the overall theme “formal and non-formal theological education: beyond dialogue”.
The shared view of Russia as a lasting potential threat made CEE countries sympathise with Ukraine, especially since 2014. An article by Rafał Piekarski and Barbora Filipová.