This year's European Prayer Breakfast stood in the light of the conflict in Israel and Gaza.
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A movie about a pastor who hid the dictator Honecker from the GDR received a Christian media prize on Thursday. According to the producer, the film has some important lessons.
There used to be about fifteen Muslim schools in Sweden. Now, only two remain. The other ones have disappeared.
If Europe wants to survive, it must find a future. And that future lays in the Christian religion that has created its cultural heritage that still unites the continent, says David Millard.
Christians are more concerned about artificial intelligence than non-Christians, a new study shows.
Germans who want to send Christmas cards this year can use a unique stamp. What is most peculiar about it is that it announces the birth of Jesus.
With Advent coming soon, many European communities have begun to celebrate the season before Christmas.
Orthodox activists are starting a strange campaign in Belarus, writes columnist Zmicier Chvedaruk. “These activists are saying that other cultures are violent and shouldn’t exist at all.”
Working hard exists; the Biblebelt in Finland is famous for it. People there also have reverence for God and respect for parents. Those are some fruits of God’s work in various revivals in the coastal region on the Gulf of Bothnia.
Unmarried couples should not have sex before marriage. And two lovers should not cohabit until they are married. These statements are not outdated, science shows. Research demonstrates that the Biblical teachings on marriage and sexuality have great benefits for people. “Men tend to live longer when they are married.”