Seven Reasons You Must Not Abandon Your Online Services

We are seeing the trends, and they are troubling. As churches return to in-person gatherings, they are abandoning their...

Why You Can’t Do Social Media Alone

When I first joined my current church staff, I was assigned the task of overhauling our digital communications. This meant everything from...

Huawei’s patent for technology identifying Uighurs by facial recognition uncovered

A patent filed by technology giant Huawei for a system that identifies the faces of ethnic Uighurs, a severely persecuted group in China, has...

Sacrament formation program released in American Sign Language

A new sacrament formation program for the deaf and hard of hearing is offering adult catechetical information in American Sign Language.

New webinar series will explore role of bilateral dialogues among diverse churches

A webinar on 27 October will be the first in a series on ecumenical bilateral dialogues and their importance for the one...

Indonesia’s ban on Bible app contradicts religious tolerance philosophy of Pancasila

Indonesia’s decision to remove a Bible application from Google Play Store contradicts the state-promoted philosophy of Pancasila, according to an expert on the...

Webinars offer sea of voices on “Human Rights, Ethics and Climate Change”

A webinar series on “Human Rights, Ethics and Climate Change,” held in June and July, has offered a variety of perspectives on...

Protest goes online

CSW, Church in Chains (Ireland), the Eritrean Orthodox Church in the UK, Human Rights Concern-Eritrea and Release Eritrea hosted an online protest...

This ministry is hosting a virtual retreat for infertile people on Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is going to look different for most families this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. For Catholics,...

How quaran-teens are coping with losses and disappointments

Nikki Shasserre normally gets one, maybe two alerts per week from Bark, a parental monitoring app she uses to track texts and...
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Parents of Abducted Students Oppose Government Ban on Paying Ransoms

04/18/2021 Nigeria(International Christian Concern) – The parents of the 39 students abducted in Nigeria last month continue to oppose the governments ban on paying their child’s ransom...

US House panel advances historic effort to pay reparations to descendants of slaves

A House panel in the United States Congress advanced a decades-long effort to pay reparations to the descendants of slaves by approving...

Pope appeals for peace and reconciliation in eastern Ukraine

Speaking after the Regina Coeli prayer in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis expresses his hope for a decrease in military activities and...