An evangelical leader in Belgrade shares about the mood of the country after the violence that killed 17 people. “On Sunday churches did not sing. Instead, we were praying, and a Christian psychologist shared about how to find support and encouragement”.
Evangelical Christians in the country pray and reflect after 17 were killed in two consecutive mass shootings.
Congolese Christians are sceptical about the humanist statements made by Pope Francis during his official visit to a country facing a serious conflict.
Real ministry has frequently happened from a distance: 22 of the New Testament’s 27 books are letters written for the purpose of teaching from a distance.
Photo gallery of Revive Europe 2022.
Revive Europe gathers the new generation for repentance, forgiveness and awakening.
The Baptist Theological Seminary cooperates with care centers to serve the community and “bring hope to the hopeless”. 400 Baptist churches were lost.
A 60-page report of the Christian think tank Clapham Institutet examined religion and science school materials. Researcher Per Ewert hopes publishers and experts will revise the curricula for next year.
The Rome Scholars and Leaders Network held its fifth edition. It is unique for its disciplinary focus in Roman Catholicism and the quality of its program.
We need biblical wisdom to use social media correctly, understanding its relevance. An article by Kaiky Fernandez and Pedro Dulci.
Born in the context of IFES, the Revive movement will continue to work with other European ministries as they “long for God to do something much larger than any organisation”, says Sarah Breuel.
Since 1922 it aims “to help young believers, eager to give themselves entirely to the service of Christ”. 45 pupils are currently studying at the Seminary with 21 teachers.
Evangelicals at the UN Human Rights Council also asked the Greek government to look for alternative religious education classes for non-Orthodox students.
The speakers at the evangelical gathering stressed that criticism and offense should not be equated to hate speech, and that freedom of expression should prevail in case of doubt.
The Prayer Spaces in Schools have offered thousands of young students a creative way of reflection and prayer. Jana Nimmo, in Germany, explains how children and teenagers use the chance to express their hopes and worries.
Re-Forma’s response to the crisis of poorly-equipped church leadership. An article by Manfred Waldemar Kohl.
Alianza Solidaria seeks to launch a digital classroom project to stop school dropouts among children from Latin American vulnerable families.
The Bible Museum of Frankfurt encourages visitors to discover “the many sides of G*d” in an exhibition that mixes archaeology and LGBT activism.
IFES calls Christian university students to reach out to foreigners: “What if every student befriended one international student?”
“I really wanted to have my years of ministry funneling into outreach and this non-profit work that I had just come to love so much at the Eastern European Mission”, says James Mead.
Over 30 still remain in captivity. According to UNICEF, at least 1,000 children and youth have been adbucted in Nigeria in the last nine months.
The president of the Nigerian Baptist Convention hopes that “as we cry out to Almighty God, our students will be returned”. Several prayer meetings were organised across the country.
The school belongs to Bethel Baptist Church in Kaduna. Nigeria led the world in number of kidnapped Christians last year with 990.
A representative of the local authorities congratulated the graduates. Spanish evangelical leaders also attended the event.
The mentorship programme Cross-Current has conducted a study among 350 Christian graduates over the past four years. Many have “a strong desire to apply biblical integrity and virtues to their work” but they face “real challenges”.