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Educator and journalist Jordi Torrents shares images of the Sekeleka social centre in Mozambique. About 50 children live there, many with some kind of disability. All photos were taken with permission.
It happened for the third time in 40 years. The image has been captured by the European Space Agency Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission.
In ancient times carob pods were used to feed horses, donkeys and pigs, though they could also be used as a source of food for humans.
For the first time, the President of Portugal attended a worship service in an evangelical church. It was in Sintra, on Christmas Eve.
Debora means “bee”, an animal regarded by the Hebrews as organised, wise and hard-working.
The World Cup champion says: “Father, it was much more than I could ever imagined. Thank you! I’m now ready for the next journey. In Jesus’ name, Amen”.
Photographer Juan Pablo Serrano sees the Reformers as an example of how “God uses ordinary people”.
How could a life-long atheist abandon evolutionary materialism and embrace the existence of God?
The Dead Sea area - situated some 400 metres below sea level - only gets 150 to 200 per square metre per year.
When we are young we think that we are going to live forever. Death is something that we never talk about.
How sad it is to have heard the word of God, and to allow it to be snatched away.
The greatest madness, the supreme stupidity of the human being consists in hearing the Word of God, delighting in it, but without wanting to put it into practice.
These insects are mentioned in the Bible ten times, in the Old and New Testament.
Young Christians gathered at Madrid’s central square Sol to denounce human trafficking. A flashmob highlighted the work of three evangelical NGOs which support women who escape sexual slavery in Spain.
Christian ministry Mefi-Boset has been working with people with intellectual disabilities in their leisure time, and supporting their families in Terrassa and Barcelona (Spain) for 20 years.
They are ruminating animals, capable of running more than one hundred kilometres a day without eating or drinking anything. Hence they were trained in Arabia in the 13th century before Christ, as the basis of what has come to be known as the "camel civilisations".
Being so ugly, bald and having a taste for dead meat, they tend not to be seen as the most charismatic of animals. Nevertheless, they have certain features which make them unique.
The common deer (Cervus elaphus) often appears in the Bible as an illustration.
The 2017 European Leadership Forum gathered hundreds in Poland to celebrate the Reformation and connect to better share the gospel in diverse national contexts. See picture gallery.
In other words, just as the partridge, which covers eggs that are not its own, will probably lose the chicks later on, so anyone who stores up riches that do not belong to them will end up losing everything.
In Jesus God became human, thus bringing himself into proximity with the nature that he had created. Animals were the silent witnesses of this unique and mysterious event.
The resurrection of Jesus is not only a victory over biological death, but a victory over global Death and over the prince of darkness.
When the molting period is over, the eagle's youth is renewed and it looks like a different bird altogether.
The bird got its name from the English clergyman, Henry Baker Tristram, who took an interest in the Bible's natural history, and therefore in the fauna of Israel.
Seven Bible verses to explain why Jesus is the central figure of Easter. Images designed by Marina Acuña and Gabriela Pérez.