Discover a summary of 5 news published on the InfoChrétienne website this Friday, June 9, a good way to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, especially in the Christian sphere.
Thursday, June 8, around 9:30 a.m., a Syrian refugee armed with a knife sowed terror in a park in Annecy, the garden of Europe. On social networks, videos of the attack are circulating. We see a man trying to intervene with the assailant in the park on several occasions, now called the "hero with a backpack" by Internet users.
Since mid-May, Christians have been targeted in Nigeria's Mangu County. Thirty villages are concerned. According to a pastor, 300 Christians died, 30 inhabitants were displaced, 000 churches and 28 houses were destroyed and 2 cereal trailers were looted.
A Greek Orthodox priest has been suspended from his duties after allowing two teenage girls to participate in liturgy as altar servers in an Athens church, a church source said on Thursday.
A major announcement has just been made during the CNEF Plenary Assembly. Indeed, the organization is proposing an unprecedented initiative: the simultaneous holding of joint services throughout France on October 5, 2025. This decision aims to celebrate Jesus Christ and strengthen the unity of evangelical Protestants.
On June 3, Place Denfert-Rochereau in Paris was the starting point for an event of exceptional magnitude: the March for Jesus. More than 10 people gathered in the streets of the French capital to testify to the greatness of the Name of Jesus.