Europe is going through major changes. Our aim is to look at the key issues in our continent from a biblical perspective.
Damares Alves, evangelical pastor and new minister of Women, Family and Human Rights of Brazil: “We will always fight to save the two lives: the woman and the child”.
The loss of values, the increasing digitalisation, and the lack of commitment of parents in the education of children are “an appeal to prayer”, says Cornelia Amstutz, coordinator of the network in Switzerland.
The world's total fertility rate declined from 4.7 births in 1950 to 2.4 in 2017.
“Welcoming every child, supporting every woman” was one of the messages.
There were 38 votes against the Bill, 31 in favor, and 2 abstentions. The Bill cannot be presented again this year, but it will be a key issue in the 2019 presidential election campaign.
“Human life begins at conception and to destroy a human embryo means impeding the birth of a human being”, Argentinian Academy of Medicine says in a statement.
The European Parliament adopted a resolution condemning “the practice of surrogacy, which undermines the human dignity of the woman since her body and its reproductive functions are used as a commodity”.
Employers cover the cost of egg freezing. “The message is that your motherhood is an obstacle”, an expert says.
The development of a healthy autonomy entails a process. As parents, we can be right or wrong when it comes to educating.
In the last three years, there have been 350 new disappearances in the Mexican State. On Mother’s Day, evangelicals prayed for the relatives of the missing persons.
Motherhood can sometimes be an idol to be worshiped - and as for all worship, it has its detractors and its fanatics.
DNA confirmed children ranged in age from 35 weeks to 3 years and were buried mainly in the 1950s.
Theresa of Calcutta was well-known for her work among the poor but the New Testament teaches that every Christian is a saint, explains theologian José Hutter.
Dr Calum MacKellar considers the ethics of the editing of human genes in the creation of embryos
The archbishop of Canterbury confirms that his father is Churchill's last private secretary. “It was surprise, but in my life and in our marriage Caroline and I have had far worse”, he says.
It is even more difficult to find people who recognise the greatness of their parents, and even more difficult to find young people who will say it publicly. It seems to be out of fashion.