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Пять уроков о служении евангельских церквей Евразии во время пандемии
Как евангельские сообщества бывшего СССР отвечают на вызов пандемии и как это может помочь глобальной церкви переосмыслить свое отношение к церковным зданиям, молодым профессионалам и преследованиям
5 Pandemic Lessons from Eurasia’s Evangelical Churches
How congregations in the former Soviet Union are responding to the coronavirus challenge can help the global church think better about buildings, young professionals, and persecution.
Les enseignements bibliques « incarnés » chez un responsable évangélique français, suite à une expérience liée au coronavirus
Le Président du CNEF survit au COVID-19 et explique pourquoi il a plus que jamais à cœur de défendre sa foi et les Églises évangéliques françaises. Il explique aussi pourquoi sa mère l’appelle désormais « Lazare ».
Por que este é o momento do “abraço lateral” do cristão
Será que o nosso medo de germes terá vantagem sobre nós? Um psicólogo avalia os riscos e os benefícios do toque humano em uma pandemia.
Coronavirus ‘Incarnates’ Biblical Teachings in French Evangelical Leader
President of CNEF and COVID-19 survivor explains his renewed confidence to defend the faith and French evangelical churches, as well as why his mother now calls him “Lazarus.”
Finding Joy in the Simple Gospel Again
As we re-emerge from COVID-19’s initial impact, how will we find joy in sharing the simple gospel again?
Helping Churches Think Through Innovation and Technology in Today’s Context
With the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, many have reminded church leaders how they need to be innovating.
How Sports Ministries Can Uniquely Offer Fitness This Summer
Accounting for risks, churches can safely offer exercise opportunities during COVID.
White Evangelicals’ Coronavirus Concerns Are Fading Faster
But when it comes to behavior, evangelicals are as likely as the rest of the country to keep up social distancing, according to Data for Progress survey.
Why the COVID-19 Crisis Might Be Good News for MarriageSubscriber Access Only
The rise of the coronavirus means the welcome demise of the soulmate model of matrimony.
Dozens of Christian College Faculty Eliminated in Spring Budget Cuts
For evangelical schools, declining enrollment poses a greater challenge than COVID-19.
Your Unbelieving Friends Need More Stories Than SyllogismsSubscriber Access Only
Why serving up a diet of hard, rationalistic Christianity might be counterproductive.
Hope Beyond a VaccineSubscriber Access Only
Remember that Christian purpose has always been rooted in the not yet.
Welcome to Christian Camps’ Weirdest, Hardest SummerSubscriber Access Only
More than a hundred sites have called off their peak season, while others reduced and reimagined their staple programs.
Perpetua’s Brief Life Came Between Two Plagues
A noblewoman from Carthage converted to Christianity. A decision that changed everything.
Survey: Churches Experiment with In-Person Gatherings but Many are Split
Churches are divided, but pulling together for the sake a mission is essential in this pandemic.
Why This Is the Christian Side Hug’s Moment
Will our disgust for germs get the best of us? A psychologist weighs the risks and benefits of human touch in a pandemic.
Middle East Christians Grapple with Apocalyptic Pandemic
COVID-19 offers eschatology experts opportunity to refine public understanding of what Revelation teaches.
Religious Freedom Lessons from COVID-19 Disputes
Understanding the legal issues at play can help the church if government restrictions return with another pandemic spike.
How ‘Way Maker’ Topped the US Worship Charts from Nigeria
Lagos worship leader Sinach penned the pandemic and protest anthem sung by Leeland and Michael W. Smith.

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