Surprising Impact of Pandemic on UK Christians

Christian leaders in the UK found that, instead of bringing down the number, the lockdown did the opposite and increased the number of Christians who became active in their faith.

Masses Resume in France

Churches in France reopened and resumed Masses on May 24, 2020 after more than two months of lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

UK Christian Group Supports New Bill That Will Change Abortion Laws

A Christian charity in the UK lauded a new bill that will ban abortion due to minor disabilities.

Churches Adapt Changes in Services

Churches are finding ways to reach Christians as people around the world observe social distancing and self-isolation due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Aussie Students Continue Bible Lessons at Home

Schools in New South Wales in Australia are providing Bible lessons at home. Through the use of Internet, Special Religious Education (SRE) and Special Education in Ethics (SEE) classes are given to students who are quarantined at home.

Faith-based Orgs Can Help Post-pandemic Initiatives—UN

The United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) called the help of faith-based organizations in creating environmentally-friendly initiatives as the world shifts to a more sustainable lifestyle following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bible Sales Surge Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Bible publishers reported a dramatic increase in sales as more people turn to the Bible for comfort amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Christians in Canada Turn to Faith During Pandemic

Christians in Canada turn to their faith for comfort and support since the COVID-19 outbreak.

Christians Celebrate Easter in Unconventional Ways

Christians celebrated Easter Sunday not with the usual joyous festivities and traditional large gatherings, but in the comforts of their homes, isolated from fellow believers.

Christians Observe Lent Indoors

As the world comes to a standstill because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Christians continue with their faith and observe Lent in the safety of their homes.