The confinement in our homes is forcing millions to stop abruptly, cancel all our plans, and take time to look in the mirror.
Jonathan Ebsworth of the TechHuman initiative warns that some technologies being used in Europe are “approaching a level of quasi-omniscience that no human enterprise ought to have”.
Facing the closing of borders and the cancellation of projects, Christian missionaries say they are ready to continue their work wherever necessary.
Suddenly we have all realised our common vulnerability. Never in human history has our common fate been shown to be so interlinked.
Jealousy and suspicion in marriages remains a crucial issue. It needs to be acknowledged, brought into the open and brought to resolution, wherever possible, to enable the marriage to thrive once again.
For all who trust in Christ, there is real and eternal hope. In the storm, at some point, He will reveal his true glory to us.
Five Christian traditions have come together to produce a 90-page statement of faith that touches on all the major topics of the Christian faith.
We are “condemned” to staying at home with our partner, our children or just ourselves.
The New Testament refers to hyssop in relation to the sacrifice of Christ on the cross
A University of Copenhagen shows that “in March, internet searches for the topic prayer surged to the highest level during the past 5 years [...] It occurs on all continents and for Christians and Muslims”.
Yoe Suárez was summoned to Siboney Police Station in Havana, where he was interrogated by police and threatened with imprisonment and unspecified “repercussions” for his family.
Evangelical NGO Remar distributes hundreds of free lunches to healthcare workers and other personnel in front of the IFEMA building, the biggest field hospital in Spain.
As pastors, ministers, church leaders and preachers, we need to be very confident in God’s Word as we plunge into a global crisis.
The Spanish Evangelical Alliance analyses the challenges and decisions happening in the areas of medicine, economy and social justice in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The #andràtuttobene hashtag has been very popular in Italy these days. But can you say that from a secular point of view?
Millions face a ‘double crisis’ as the Covid-19 epidemic grows. “Migrant workers are walking hundreds of kilometres desperated to reach their home villages”, says an evangelical pastor. “Thousands of Christian doctors, nurses and paramedics are serving in the frontline”.
“The challenge for us is to welcome people into our churches, give them time in their process of discovering what it means to be a Christian, while holding on to Biblical standards”, says professor of religious studies Evert Van de Poll.
Churches are aware that the continent is one of the least prepared regions from a sanitary standpoint. Christians maintain an attitude of prayer and service while they work alongside the authorities.
In recent riots at the Coronda and Las Flores prisons, five inmates died, pavilions were taken, and the pharmacies looted. Christian inmates worked to be peacemakers.
Let us listen carefully, think deeply, change appropriately to the messages from the media and speak relevantly through the media into our society.
The cinema shows many examples of viruses that affect humans, producing devastating epidemics that remind us of our fragility and vulnerability.
The Evangelical Hospital of Barcelona has set up a special area for Covid-19 patients. They ask churches to pray for them “to continue being a light in the midst of this pandemic”.
The coronavirus is taking many of our grandpas and grandmas. Most are on their own, isolated in hospitals, and we do not have the chance of giving them one last embrace.
“We want to collaborate more with other churches, but language is a barrier”, say pastors of the Chinese Christian Churches.
A survey shows that women have more existential questions than men, while Protestants and Catholics are the ones who think more about the meaning of life.
As the epidemic rages in Europe, let us not forget that worldwide inequalities mean that some countries will be more affected than others.