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This Week on the Web

12th April, 2024
How can small churches serve a "global God"? Read BRANDON LANGLEY's take on The Gospel Coalition website...
11th April, 2024
Ukrainian Christian groups in Russian-occupied Ukraine are facing a "violent crackdown" from Russian forces, according to a report on US public broadcaster PBS. Read the transcript of the report...
10th April, 2024
Anti-Christian violence in the Pakistani town of Jaranwala last year has left left a lasting impact on lives of poor Christians. Read KAMRAN CHAUDHRY's report on UCA News...
9th March, 2024
What would a Christian city look like? Read ZACHARY PAVLOU's article on the Ethos website...
8th April, 2024
An Egyptian lawyer speaks about the challenges that Christian converts face in Egypt. Read the article on the Christian Post...
5th April, 2024
Are shorter church services helpful or "simply an easy way for too-busy Christians to tick ‘church’ off their to-do-lists?" Read JOHN REYNOLDS take on Premier Christianity...
4th April, 2024
What impact has Christianity had on the idea of 'bride prices' in Pacific Island nations. Listen to Melissa Maykin's report on Australia's ABC...
3rd April, 2024
The UN last week marked the International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Read an interview with historian Sir Hilary Beckles, who also chairs the Caribbean Community’s Reparations Commission, and 15-year-old activist Yolanda Renee King of the United States on UN News...
2nd April, 2024
In Iran, Christians are celebrating Easter in secret. Read SARA MONETTA's report on the BBC...
28th March, 2024
What churches are truly doing something different? DEVIN JONES looks at six in an article on Relevant...
27th March, 2024
Scholar and pastor Malcolm Foley thinks its weird that the church doesn't talk much about greed. Read JOSIAH R DANIELS report on Sojourners...
26th March, 2024
ADRIAN ROSENFELDT, in an article on Australia's ABC website, looks at whether upcoming films about Jesus "signal a new cultural openness to Christian spirituality". Read it here...

 
25th March, 2024
In Spain, a group of Christians involved in creation care have published recommendations for both local churches and individual believers when it comes to the idea of countering consumerism. Read JONATÁN SORIANO's article on Evangelical Focus...
22nd March, 2024
Is the church facing a 'cost of service' crisis? Read ANDREW HORTON's article on Premier Christianity...
21st March, 2024
A new coffee initiative is empowering women in Yemen. Read a report on the UNDP website...
20th March, 2024
You can't engineer an experience with God. Read TREVIN WAX's article on the Gospel Coalition website in which he explains why that's good news...
19th March, 2024
Evangelism at Easter? MARINA SHELTON outlines four ways churches can use their online presence to boost Easter outreach in an article on Kentucky Today...
18th March, 2024
'Skiing priests illustrate the ‘rest of the story’ about the Catholic Church'. Read JOHN L ALLEN, Jr's, article on Crux...
15th March, 2024
St Patrick's Church in the US city of Pittsburgh has a rich history. Read CHRISTOPHER DEROSE's report on CBS News...

 
14th March, 2023
Members of the Catholic Church in India are calling for action after a number of people were trampled to death by elephants. Read ANTO AKKARA's report on the National Catholic Register...
13th March, 2024
What does workplace evangelism look like? Read BILL PEEL and JERRY WHITE's article on the Lausanne Movement website...
12th March, 2024
Nearly half of Manna Christian bookstores are shutting down in New Zealand, leaving some without a Christian bookstore in their town and highlighting concerns of misinformation. Read JESSIE CHIANG's report on Christianity Today...
11th March, 2024
Europe's Brutalist churches are the subject of a new gallery on The Guardian. See it here...
8th March, 2024
Who are the women shaping the church in the US this year? Read LEXI SCHNASER's article on Sojourners...
7th March, 2024
A new study has found that an 11th-century astrolabe found in a museum in Verona, Italy, provides evidence for scientific exchange and cooperation between Muslim, Jewish and Christian people. Read KEITH COOPER's report on Space.com
6th March, 2024
The Pakistani city of Karachi has a small but dedicated Christian community. Read MOHAMMAD SALMAN's report on DW...
5th March, 2024
Photographer MICHAEL WINTERS recently captured an unusually vacant experience at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. See his images at Christianity Today...

 
4th March, 2023
Singer-songwriter RAYE (whose real name is Rachel Keen) has spoken openly about her Christian upbringing, her battles with addiction and experiences of rape and sexual assault, and her return to faith. Read TOM BECHERVAISE's article on Premier Christianity...
1st March, 2024
The Emperor Constantine played a key role in the spread of early Christianity. Read an excerpt about him from SHANE CLAIBORNE's book, Rethinking Life...
29th February, 2024
A home for cancer patients in Cluj, Romania, provides not only a place to stay, but also a place to rest for the soul. Watch the report on Evangelical Focus...
28th February, 2024
Photographer JAMIE MCGREGOR SMITH has taken a visual survey of  Europe's post-war churches. See a gallery on Wallpaper*...
27th February, 2024
'How CS Lewis made me a Christian'. Read the article by BARNEY ZWARTZ on WAtoday...
26th February, 2024
We risk missing the lessons of Alexei Navalny’s death for his principles if we ignore his very Christian understanding of suffering, writes MAGGIE PHILLIPS. Read her article on America...
23rd February, 2024
Why should Christians care about press freedom? Read JULIE POLTER's article on Sojourners...
22nd February, 2024
What can churches do to prevent modern slavery? Methodist cleric and researcher Jackline Makena Mutuma provides some tips on the World Council of Churches' website...
21st February, 2024
Peace-builder John Steward describes the healing that happened in Rwanda as he and his wife Sandi practised prayerful meditation and contemplation. Read his account on Eternity News...
20th February, 2024
Ministries in Iran are working to unite in a new evangelical alliance. Read JAYSON CASPER's report on Christianity Today...
19th February, 2024
How do churches engage Gen Z? Read an article by AARON SUMMERS, of Lifeway Research, on KentuckyToday...
16th February, 2024
Sudanese Syrian Christians are among those caught up in Sudan's conflict with growing numbers fleeing into Egypt. Read GEORGE AL-AKIKI's report on The Catholic Weekly...
15th February, 2024
Church leaders are seeing a spirtual awakening in Ukraine, according to a report on CNE News. Read EVERT VLASTUIN's report...
13th February, 2024
What does it look like for the church to be involved in 'whole person care'? Read FLORENCE MUINDI's article on the Lausanne Movement website...
9th February, 2024
It's time for a "real discussion of celibacy" with regards to Catholic priests, says the National Catholic Reporter in the US. Read the editorial here...
8th February, 2024
Looking for advice on leading your church during a US election year? Read MICHAEL WOOLF's four tips on Sojourners...
7th February, 2024
Why chasing your dreams can leave you feeling empty. Read MATT MORTON's take on Relevant...
25th January, 2024
UN worker Mohammed Ginish recounts his experience of being evacuated from Khartoum, life in Port Sudan and how he and his colleagues are trying to help the millions caught up in the Sudan conflict. Read his first person account on UN News...
Fr Oleksandr Bilskyi, a Ukrainian Greek Catholic priest in the depopulated Ukrainian city of Beryslav, has been serving hot meals to more than 100 people a day. Read SVITLANA DUKHOVYCH and EDOARDO GIRIBALDI’s article on Vatican News…
More than 120,000 Armenian Christians are trapped behind a blockade of the Nagorno-Karabakh region. Read the report on the Catholic News Agency…
CRISTIAN MARTINI GRIMALDI recently made a rare visit to an underground church in China. Read his report on UCANews…

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