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John Chrysostom challenged the wealthy and the clergy through his preaching against the the abuses of riches and authority.
The local government poverty-relief programme aims to “transform believers in religion into believers in the party”.
A church leader in India explains how networks of small Christian communities apply the gospel in their local contexts. “Discipleship needs to be a very collaborative work”.
Only 3 people were rescued. The small boat was found four days after it disappeared.
Belarusian print newspaper “Kolokol” works to bring the gospel to regions with no access to internet, including prisons and nursing homes.
The US may have left the Paris climate agreement, but Christians cannot avoid their responsibility in preserving God’s creation, says Antonio Cruz.
A coalition government will be needed in a country where citizens tend to trust EU politicians more than their own.
Perspectives on freedom of worship, poverty, education and sexuality are given. “Evangelicals are worried about the growth of the extremes”, says CNEF President Étienne Lhermenault.
More than 60% of the 176 countries analysed have serious corruption problems. This year, the index highlights the connection between corruption and inequality.
More psychological and material help should be offered to young couples, Christian organisations say. The 1975 abortion law needs to be reconsidered.
About 70 people from diverse evangelical backgrounds met for the Spanish annual Lausanne Movement gathering. They discussed how the church can respond to 10 social challenges in the country.
“Is the gospel about human salvation from a condemned world or does it include hope for creation’s good future in Christ?” Lausanne Movement and World Evangelical Alliance sponsor the regional gathering.
In the midst of economic collapse, a couple thousand Christians in worship and prayer.
Hundreds of churches and Christian organisations across Europe work to help marginalised people in their cities. Juan Simarro (Madrid) and Sarah Bennetch (Rome) speak from their experience.
It was the first Spanish evangelical association dedicated to social action. They celebrate 30 years of serving the poor from a biblical perspective.
A study in 15 European cities confirmed the existence of socioeconomic inequalities in many of the main causes of mortality.
A report of the UK Evangelical Alliance shows that 78 per cent of Evangelicals believe last government's policies are harmful for the poor.
The EU members aim to dedicate 0.7% of their gross national product to international solidarity efforts by 2020.
Social necessities have grown a lot in Spain due to the financial crisis: 1,364 evangelical churches and NGOs provide service to the society in many different ways.