The cross became a symbol of healing, hope and resurrection for Europeans from east to west.
Through special services and charity events, evangelicals in Latin America commemorate the death and, above all, the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We should never stray too far from his passion if we are going to follow him well, do good theology, or seek to offer hope in this world.
This is the message to be celebrated on this day: the joy of knowing that the power of the grave has been defeated by the Lord of Life.
Sixty theologians participated in the biennial conference of the Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians held in Prague.
The Talking Jesus research analyses “the evangelism landscape in the UK today”. 42% say they are non-practising Christians and 16% identify as agnostics or atheists.
The ongoing impact of Jesus’ explosion of life continues to reverberate in this world of death.
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.
We see three very different people and situations, but in each case Jesus taught us something wonderful about compassion, faith and hope.
A survey finds that 64% of young people in Germany believe in God and 84% have prayed at least once.
Reflections on the problem of evil and the might of God.
Evangelical ministries and churches help providing for basic necessities, cleaning churches and rebuilding houses.“Pray that the church in Lebanon will be light amid the destruction”.
Churches across the country remember those who died in special worship services with a “message of hope in resurrection and eternal life”.
Because Jesus rose from the dead, He made a way for humans to come to God and defeated the enemy of our souls and death itself.
God hasn’t abandoned His broken project. He hasn’t left us in our brokenness. He has actually joined us in our suffering.
Jesus died to set us all free from the righteous judgment of God against sin, to buy us out of our slavery to sin.
His story can change our story, because our story only makes sense when we understand His.
Thomas Mann takes us to the strange beauty of a misty Venice and the devastation brought on by a cholera epidemic in 1911.
In her first-ever Easter message, Queen Elizabeth II shared the Christian hope amid the coronavirus crisis.
We need to learn to look for where God is at work quietly and behind the scenes. What might God bring out of all of this?
The coronavirus is taking many of our grandpas and grandmas. Most are on their own, isolated in hospitals, and we do not have the chance of giving them one last embrace.
A survey among members of the EKD mainline church confirms the advance of theological liberalism.
More than 12,000 people on the streets of Dordrecht and 2.3 million television viewers followed a contextualised recount of Jesus’ suffering, death and resurrection.
Hundreds shared the hope of the resurrection in the streets of the Spanish cities, with colorful marches.
According to a ComRes survey, only 46% of those who identify with the Christian faith believe in the Easter message. The poll also quizzed people on their views around forgiveness.