More than 182.000 people marched on Sunday afternoon against anti-Semitism in France, including 105.000 in Paris.
The National Council of Evangelicals of France (CNEF) invites its members to participate in the great civic march against anti-Semitism which will take place on Sunday, November 12 in Paris and other cities. The president of the CNEF, Erwan Cloarec, will be present.
In his new work, published by Editions Première Part, Pastor Jérémy Sourdril gives twelve good reasons to fast. A true guide to exploring this practice, the book invites the reader to explore the different types of fasts.
In Uganda, a 32-year-old woman was burned by her husband when he discovered she had converted to Christianity. This mother of three children is currently hospitalized with severe burns.
Portes Ouvertes, an organization for the defense of persecuted Christians, shared on its Instagram account an extract from the testimony of a Christian woman in Afghanistan. The organization invites people to pray for God's protection.
The Christian worship group Hopen will be in concert at La Cigale on Wednesday November 8 to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
After the traditional Angelus prayer in Saint Peter's Square on Sunday November 5, Pope Francis prayed for the victims of the earthquake in Nepal, he also prayed for peace in the Holy Land and renewed his call for a "cease -fire".
While the bill on the end of life promised by Emmanuel Macron should be debated in Parliament next year, the religions of France are speaking out on this burning subject in a work entitled "Religions and the end of life".
Inspired by Breton tunes and driven by the desire to transmit the Gospel in music, the Cieltik Collective has just released the title “Souffle sur notre pays”. An original and unexpected song of praise with Celtic sounds.
October 31st is not only the day we celebrate Halloween, it is also Reformation Day! A festival which commemorates the supposed day of the display of Martin Luther's 95 theses in 1517.