How can Christians respond effectively in times of crisis? Church history can teach us an important lesson.
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit South Africa, something remarkable happened. In Manenburg, one of Cape Town’s most dangerous townships, warring gangs started working together in an unprecedented truce to deliver much-needed food to people under lockdown. Read more in this article.
Forecasting the future is tricky business. Nobody knows for sure how the world will change in the coming months and years. To help Christians turn the Covid-19 crisis into an opportunity, a trend report has been published titled ‘The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the future of church and mission.’ Check it out!
For 20 years, an unprecedented revival has been growing among Slovakia’s marginalised Roma (gipsy) population. Discover more about it by clicking here.
Read the amazing story of what happened when a Bible smuggler got caught in the Middle East. God doesn’t always answer prayers in the same way.
During the Christmas season, we’re retelling the ancient stories of Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus, the story about peace on earth and something amazing what happened. But imagine Christmas was happening today, Jesus was born tonight.
This is the map of the ancient city of Jerusalem and the most important spots of it in the time of Jesus.
The title of this song means “God.” When you individually translate the letters to Hebrew letters, it spells out God’s name as it appears in The Bible.
The theme is music being the fire of life. When it stops, so does life’s spirit. Arguably, one of the most beautifully intense moments of any rock song is when Morrison screams, “Persian Night! See the Light! Save Us! Jesus! Save Us!”