October 18th is the EU Anti-Trafficking Day. The European Freedom Network has launched a new video focused on labour traffricking.
Founder Terry Ascott shares insights about the evolution of the media project that now reaches millions in countries such as Egypt and Iran.
In Finland, a documentary film is being produced about the Christian politician prosecuted for expressing her views about the Bible and homosexuality.
As India is in the grip of a devastating second wave, Calvary Temple Church's building in Hyderabad has been converted into a 300 bed Covid Care Centre.
Three Spaniards and a Puerto Rican launch a hip hop song about the impact of following Christ.
A new whole-life worship song to the tune of the hymn ‘Abide With Me’ “inspires to see our daily tasks through God’s eyes”, says the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.
“We are Zoomed out, home-schooled out – restrictions extended. And those we love die, unattended”. A spoken word by Phil Knox of the Evangelical Alliance UK.
Despite lockdown restrictions in Ghana, Christian ministry Theovision International continues to mobilise students to plant churches in rural communities across the country.
In spring, the European Leadership Forum offers 3-hour long master classes with Stefan Gustavsson (Sweden), Diane Langberg (US), Peter Saunders (UK) and Leonardo De Chirico (Italy).
The perspective of Sarah Breuel (IFES Europe), a Brazilian Christian worker in Italy.
Stefan Gustavsson, Director of Apologia Centre for Christian Apologetics addresses the main issues facing the church in Europe today.
Daniel R. Patterson lectures in theology and ethics at St. Trivelius Institute in Sofia (Bulgaria).
As the war in Ukraine continues, local pastors on the frontlines are putting their faith into action. Vyacheslav Balagura (Donetsk Regional Church of God Pastor) and Peter Dudnyk (Church of God Missionary Coordinator for Ukraine union) share about their work. OM teams work with several churches in the cities of Odessa, Rivne, Vinnitsa, and Kaharlyk.
Lausanne Europe invites evangelical leaders to gather online and reflect on the relevance today of the 2010 Cape Town Commitment. Saturday 24 October, 19:00 CET.
"We think in the next 10-15 years we’ll get from 80% of the world’s population of the Bible in their language up to 95%", says James Poole of Wycliffe Bible Translators.
A conversation with Taras, a pastor from Minsk. What is happening in Belarus? How are evanvelical churches doing? How can we pray?
The Norwegian theologian Dr. Lars Dahle interviews Dr. William Lane Craig on the threefold task of apologetics and how that is illustrated in the animated video series from Reasonable Faith. The background for the interview was the launch of six of the videos with Norwegian subtitles and additional resources by the Damaris Norway ministry and sponsored by BioCosmos.
“The distinction between believer and disciple is something that we have made up”, Greg Ogden, leader of the Global Discipleship Initiative, points out.
Mike Betts on analysing your own spiritual journey at the same time as the growth of the people around you and the church.
“If pastors or priests are preaching on issues to do with human rights, human dignity, justice, they may find they’re on the wrong side of the law”, says a CSW representative.
“A friend didn’t know this was a church, she was amazed that a church includes dance or surf or other activities”.
Each year, in this land, we have 4 Covids. In this nation, 200,000 terminations. A video-poem by Glen Scrivener (Speak Life).
Christians in Sport (UK) are organising Bible studies online.
Guitarist Brian 'Head' Welch spoke to Evangelical Focus about his life as a Christian in the context of rock music and the documentary "Loud Krazy Love".
Dave Patty shares about the notion of parenting children on God’s behalf.
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