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Today's news , All Sections , News

Discover a summary of 5 news published on the InfoChrétienne website this Thursday, March 23, 2023, to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, especially in the Christian sphere, in a few minutes.

Culture , All Sections , News

It is a stone in the pond that threw Katelyn Beaty, writer and publishing director in a Christian house. She denounces a practice bordering on self-esteem and consisting in recommending a Christian book even before it is written to do so.

International , All Sections , News

In Switzerland, assisted suicide has been authorized since 1942, and it is associations that deal with the supply of lethal products as well as administrative procedures.

International , All Sections , News

"In the morning they called us and gave us our cell phones to call our parents to say goodbye before they killed us. We did and returned to our tents, leaving our lives between the hands of God."

All Sections , Persecution , News

Relatives of a deceased Christian had to wait for police protection so they could finally bury her in their own garden.

All Sections , Persecution , News

"We live with fear in our stomachs, but we move forward together with Christ who gives us his word that consoles us every day. Despite the situation, our faith is increasing, our churches are full every Sunday for prayer."