“If suicide is already a taboo subject, it is even more invisible in the socially vulnerable population”, said organisers of a conference.
In September, MAI-Europe organises an event for Christian authors and content creators in the Balkans. Anna Shirochenskaya explains why it is important to strive for excellence in writing.
After three days of street evangelism, thousands of people attended the closing event of “Barcelona, Jesus loves you”.
What we had heard about Italy is that there is a great need for the gospel and that there are few resources and few active gospel works. One idea is true, the other is false.
Let’s do all we can to be the difference for every child and young person who chooses to journey with us.
Over 200 students of different ages and backgrounds have already participated in this biblical training programme. An article by Marisa Guardiola.
In Valencia, ‘Misión Exprés’ brought together 60 missionaries, pastors and directors of organisations. They discussed the mobilisation, financing and accompaniment of new missionaries.
The more we train ourselves in faith, love, humility and devotion to God, the easier it becomes to live in accordance with those qualities.
Over 200 Romanian entrepreneurs gathered to reflect on how Biblical principles can be integrated into business, and to share common challenges.
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.
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 Spanish Bible Society will also launch an audiovisual discipleship project, in addition to exhibitions, presentations in different formats and trainings.
The consultation features six tracks and eighteen workshops with the overall theme “formal and non-formal theological education: beyond dialogue”.
More than 140 preachers from different evangelical denominations encouraged each other to preach from the Word of God to today's culture. Chris Wright, Mark Meynell and Alex Chiang participated.
A virtual forum for Christian leaders, with technology experts and pastors, analysed the technological and communicative development of the Internet of the future.
After 36 years of pastoring churches in Turkey, Carlos Madrigal was labelled a threat to national order and is no longer allowed to enter the country. He and his wife Rosa share lessons to be learned about Christian work in non-Western countries.
World evangelism will especially flourish through the beauty of the Lord’s artistic servants being released to declare His glory. An article by Byron Spradlin.
Pastor, writer, Scripture Union missionary and promoter of the Bible presentation method Godly Play, David Pritchard's greatest passion was bringing Jesus to children.
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.
A study shows that 26% of pastors have personally struggled with mental issues. Most leaders talk about mental health at church and feel equipped to provide help.
In the face of elections that may turn violent, the Evangelical Alliance says that “the church is a key agent in promoting the holistic development of society”.
Thousands of Germans travel to the island on their holidays. Over 160 Christians from Germany and Switzerland share the gospel with them, along with local believers.
Over 40 professors from the five Protestant faculties offering officially recognised degrees discussed strategies for improving the quality of teaching.
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.
The main event was a congress that gathered over 300 people under the theme “Roots and zeal”. “We want to discern what God expects from us for the next years”.