Are we aware that employees and employers are not enemies, but work together to achieve the common good?
The city council in southern Spain launches a comprehensive municipal maternity and life support programme.
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The Teenage Mothers project of ‘Alianza Solidaria’ in Bolivia helps young mothers between the age of 12 and 18. “It's a light to enlighten them”, says one of its leaders.
Regardless of the resourcing systems we use, the foundation on which we build must always be faith. An article by Kirst Rievan.
Fifty people gathered to pray for Pakistan The Italian Evangelical Alliance asks authorities to “implement effective measures to ensure the safety of Christian minorities”.
Over 200 Romanian entrepreneurs gathered to reflect on how Biblical principles can be integrated into business, and to share common challenges.
There are opportunities for churches as they welcome Ukrainians into their midst, many of whom come from evangelical backgrounds.
Experts, activists and NGO representatives from across Europe gathered for the first time in 3 years for European Freedom Network’s in-person conference in October.
Stop abus aims to “make our churches more welcoming and safer”, says the CNEF. Evangelicals had already released a guide of good practices to fight sexual abuse.
The project, offered by the Evangelical Council to show the impact of Reformed faith in theSpanish city, received full support from the authorities.
Siblings can really benefit from extra support but sometimes feel like they are not entitled to it because they are not the sibling with additional needs.
Many registered Cuban Protestant institutions did not remain silent, at the expense of various reprisals, such as losing their legal status.
The Baptist Union of Spain has been in Ukraine monitoring the delivery of humanitarian aid. Amid the need and pain, “the churches there are experiencing a revival”, says Daniel Banyuls.
Since the conflict began, Israel has received over 1,500 Jews from Ukraine, where around 43,000 Jews live.
How can we make sure that aid will be useful for Ukrainian refugees? Miqueas Forster of GAiN Spain answers this and other questions.
“Churches can help children with prayer, counseling and spiritual care”, say the World Evangelical Alliance and the Christian association World Without Orphans.
An evangelical journalist living in Kyiv explains how they are experiencing the invasion. The biggest help, she says, is "prayer" and "not be silent" about what they are suffering.
Two months after the eruption stopped, evangelicals work to cover the basic needs of those affected and to support local businesses. Authorities have publicly recognised them.
A checklist of ideas to have a great, inclusive, start to the New Year in children’s and youth groups and to create a place where everyone belongs.
The input of children and young people with additional needs, and their families, can help us know the best way to journey with them and to support them.
Get ready to receive the baton, run on and hand it over.
A study recently launched shows that free churches supported around 180,000 people during the pandemic. “There is no hope stronger than the one we find in Jesus”, they say.
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”.
In a year shaped by the pandemic, our daily news website continued to offer cultural analysis from a Biblical perspective. Visits grew 22% as people from all over the world accessed Evangelical Focus contents.