We need to respond with the values that we see in Jesus Christ’s life.
The Evangelical Focus daily newsletter has reached 500 subscribers.
Some were not interested in losing their power and corrupt privileges. Others preferred to continue their religious life with a “straw God”.
Since January 2015, we have published 2,111 contents.
Some of the highlights of this past year and a ‘thank you’ to all of our readers.
Communicating the idea that Christians somehow deserve more of God’s protection would be untrue and would actually collide with the teachings of Jesus Christ.
We pray for those who suffer. Not only for their suffering to stop, but also for them to meet the One who is near in the midst of all suffering, bearing the pain, the guilt and the hate.
We love new technologies and we use them passionately. But we also know God’s mission is done through and for real people. The ELF conference in Wisla (Poland) reinforces our aim to analyse the big challenges of today through the Christian worldview.
We want to become reliable moral figures by just saying some appropriate words, but the authentic change will come when we all kneel down before the Golgotha cross.
“Are we going to make it?” This was one of the thoughts that was going through our minds in December 2014, after months of preparations.
Should we evangelical Christians try to bring back ‘Christendom’? Should we feel frustrated looking at a generation of children raised in a context were the real meaning of Christmas has disappeared?
Where are the Christian leaders with faith capable of moving the whole society towards profound transformation?
Some of the articles sent by readers are among the most shared on social media. Publish opinions, reports, etc.
Evangelical Focus went online on 8 January. We are sharing some of the things we have experienced so far.
We are grateful to the hundreds of people who have identified with the project and have used EF as a resource. More than 70,000 page views since we began.
Any term can become slippery through decades of use (or mis-use) and it is all too easy for a church with the ‘right’ name to have moved from the firm foundation of Scripture.
In these first 7 weeks online Evangelical Focus has published more than 200 articles. Have you got any stories you would like to tell us?
Even with all the progress we have made in the first week, what we are most encouraged by as we take these first steps as a media project are the messages of enthusiastic support that we have been receiving from all kinds of people.