Commercial and bureaucratic hindrances collided with an uncontrollable reality: the faith of many players.
Clinical Pastoral Counsellor Emoke Tapolyai reflect on three characteristics Christians who have been given leadership roles should develop.
Adults generally are thinking about data and figures, but young people look at everything through a relational lens. Dave Patty, President of Josiah Venture.
Delta David Gier, Conductor and Music Director, on some of the dangers for artists.
God always responds, though sometimes not in the way or at the moment we would like.
“Somewhere in the French psyche, there is this idea that we are not sinful”, says pastor David Brown.
Ramez Attallah of the Bible Society Egypt answers the question.
An answer by Khaldoun Sweis, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Olive-Harvey College.
Author Michael Ots responds to some of the objections of sceptics.
Counselor Diane Langberg on how to listen to victims well.
Teaching Director of Youth for Christ in Sri Lanka Ajith Fernando answers the question.
Ioana Sandescu, Director of Prevention and Advocacy of eLiberare, answers the question.
Dave Patty, President of Josiah Venture, about some of the challenges the continent faces.
New atheism, the definition of "faith", Christianity in Europe, the role of the Bible in mission, and the need to listen more. An exclusive interview recorded at "Forum Apologética" (Tarragona, Spain) in May 2016.
What should be the approach to refugees coming from an Arabic background? What is important to them? How can we talk to them about God? Usama Hanna (MEOS, Switzerland) gives some answers.
“There is no dichotomy between doctrinal content and relationship”, pastor Mark Stirling says.
How is Malta a prototype of what could happen in the future in other European countries? How should we respond to far-right movements which offer 'easy solutions' to the crisis? Doug Marshall (IAFR) works with refugees in the Mediterranean island.
A survey shows 7 in 10 free evangelical churchgoers believe “Jesus is the Son of God.” 1 in 3 citizens in the East of the country think Jesus never existed.
“Do we believe the objections to Christianity because they are true, or just because they are popular?”, asks evangelist Michael Ots.