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A Swiss Evangelical leader whose house was attacked by pro-abortion radicals invites the aggressors to sit down around a table.
About 7,500 said “yes to life” in Berlin, 1,700 gathered in Bern. Pro-abortion radicals organised counter-demonstrations and threatened Christian organisations.
The boys were stunned when they heard the news that they were sentenced to five years in prison. “I was shocked; I couldn’t believe it, I was so confused,” Shehata said. In early April, the boys’ left the places they were hiding, snuck out of Egypt and flew to Turkey.
“The strong spirituality and familiar atmosphere in independent evangelical churches respond to the needs of the new converts”, admits a Protestant minister. Many converts face threats after leaving Islam.
Spokeswoman at high temple of particle physics suggests ‘scientific users’ of the Geneva facility ‘let their humour go too far’ with staging of occult rite.
A Muslim activist is first citizen fined. The law was approved in the Ticino canton after a referendum vote in 2013.
Ahead of the referendum, the Swiss Evangelical Alliance and two Evangelical Parties oppose the proposition of allowing more research in medically assisted reproduction.
Usama Hanna (MEOS, Switzerland) believes churches in Switzerland and across Europe “are opening up to integration.” He emphasises the importance of “praying for and with the refugees.”
Swiss cartoonist Alain Auderset on how his ‘Willy Grunch’ animation video went viral on Facebook. His new project, a “book without words” to share the gospel.
First integration law in German history will facilitate refugees to live and work in the country, if they learn about language and culture.
Christians promote campaign with more than 1,500 advertising posters. Passersby are invited to share their views about Jesus. Promoters hope it “will lead to conversations.”
Swiss Evangelical Alliance believes it is “a step in the wrong direction” to reduce public aid to developing countries to only 0.3% of GDP.
More money than expected raised for the “Homes for refugees” campaign in Switzerland. The Swiss Evangelical Alliance announces they have hired a person to coordinate the action.
Saying, ‘I want to make the most of life before following God,’ is to have understood nothing about what He is, nor what He gives.
The winning lyrics for a possible new Swiss national anthem forgo any direct reference to God. But there are possible alternatives.
Party offers “debate” and condemns violence. The Swiss Evangelical Alliance and other Christian organizations in the same building also affected.
Swiss newspaper Tagesanzeiger published a portrait of Christian politician Marc Jost.
Young Christians in Switzerland talk to drivers trapped in the usual traffic jams by an Alpine motorway tunnel.
Swiss motorcycle club Disciples of Christ had their annual meeting, with food, music and a gospel message. “The Bible shows us the way.”
Company confirms it is producing biopic about the radical Swiss Reformer.
Marc Jost (SEA), Thomas Bucher (EEA) and Clément Diedrichs (CNEF) share their opinions. Accepting democratic majorities does not mean to renounce to freedom of speech.
Swiss backed the constitutional amendment which allows the genetic testing of in vitro fertilization embryos. Evangelicals had voiced their opposition.
Referendum on Sunday 14th unites evangelical parties EVP and EDU, and the Evangelical Alliance. Catholics and Reformed church encourage the same vote.
Two thirds of the population think it is “possible” to be sexually faithful to one person for life, finds study commissioned by the Swiss Evangelical Alliance.
Successor will be chosen at extraordinary general meeting of Fifa. Blatter to stay until next president is elected between December and March