There are various ways in which we can start to lean on a powerful crescendo too much, and thereby weaken our preaching.
The World Evangelical Alliance sends a report to the United Nations denouncing “how the Indian government has fostered violence and legal discrimination against religious and social minorities”.
Different voices open our hearts and help us overcome little biases that might be lodged in our experience and church traditions.
The muted voices of the church in Europe were heard more prominently in Lausanne Europe 20/21 than at any other European evangelical gathering, but we still have work to do.
We might be easing slowly out of lockdown, but if we don’t listen then what kind of a world are we emerging back into?
The book “Evangelicals in the new Era of Communication” addresses fake news, the use of social media, the handling of controversial issues and stereotypes about evangelicals, and the challenges of secular Europe.
Marcos Martins, “The Voice” moral winner in Spain, wishes he can “bring hope and the loving message that we find in Christ, through my songs but especially through my life.”
Europe needs Christians who are willing to speak out.