75.7 F
Washington D.C.
Saturday, May 28, 2022 5:28 pm

Fourth Lausanne Congress to be Held in Seoul 2024

The fourth Lausanne Movement will be held in Seoul, South Korea on September 2024. Also known as the Fourth Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, the event will gather thousands of Christian leaders worldwide.

New Research Released on the State of Faith in the UK

A coalition of Christian organizations released a new research on the state of faith and perceptions of Jesus in the UK.

Black and Asian Christians Hold Solidarity Walk in NY

Scores of Christians, religious leaders, activists and community members came together in Chinatown, New York on May 14 and joined "Walk of Faith," a march of support to Asian communities amid heightened anti-Asian violence.

Explore more Articles in

World

Fourth Lausanne Congress to be Held in Seoul 2024

The fourth Lausanne Movement will be held in Seoul, South Korea on September 2024. Also known as the Fourth Lausanne Congress on World Evangelization, the event will gather thousands of Christian leaders worldwide.

New Research Released on the State of Faith in the UK

A coalition of Christian organizations released a new research on the state of faith and perceptions of Jesus in the UK.

After 800 years, Church of England Apologizes for Anti-Jewish Laws

A church service in London on May 8, 2022 marked the 800 years of the Synod of Oxford. The Church of England apologized for its "shameful actions" for the synod.

Chinese Open Theological Seminary in Italy

The first Chinese theological seminary was opened in Italy on April 2022. A group of 55 Chinese churches founded the Italian Chinese Theological Seminary in Rome.

French Christians to Use a New Version of the Lord’s Prayer

French Christians have started using a revised version of the Lord's Prayer on December 3, 2017, the first Sunday in Advent. Priests have asked...

Church of Sweden to Use Gender-neutral Terms for God

The Church of Sweden decided in November, 2017 to drop the terms "He" and "Lord" to refer to God when conducting services.

Poland to Ban Sunday Shopping

Polish lawmakers have approved a bill that would eventually end Sunday shopping by 2020. The idea was initiated by trade unions to allow workers...

Algerian Church Closed Down for Illegally Printing Bibles

Local authorities shut down a church in Algeria on November 9, 2017 after accusing the church of printing religious publications illegally, reports World Watch Monitor.

Bakery Chain Faces Boycott Over Sausage Roll Nativity

Several groups condemned Greggs, a bakery chain giant in the UK, for releasing an advent calendar showing a half-eaten sausage roll in the Nativity...

Chinese Christians Urged to Replace Jesus Images with Xi Jinping

In another move to persecute Christians in China, the government has ordered residents of a poverty-stricken village in southeast China to remove posters of Jesus from their walls and put up portraits of President Xi Jinping instead.

- A word from our sponsors -

spot_img

Most Popular