Discover a summary of 5 news stories published on the InfoChrétienne website this Thursday, November 30. A good way to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, particularly in the Christian sphere.
While this summer, millions of visitors will come to France for the 2024 Olympic Games, several Christian organizations are mobilizing to share the good news of the Gospel on this occasion. At the start of the week, the collective launched Ensemble 2024, a platform serving churches, organizations or individuals who wish to contribute to this initiative.
They are young, committed to social justice and ecology and advocate a non-violent mode of action in accordance with their faith: Christian activists are increasing climate alerts in France. It is about carrying out “a joyful, creative and non-violent struggle” explains Benoît Halgand, one of the spokespersons for this collective of predominantly Catholic Christians.
The results of a study commissioned by London City Mission reveal that 76% of Christians would like to have more opportunities to share their faith with those who do not know Jesus. Following this survey, the organization invites Christians to step out of their comfort zone to share the Gospel with as many people as possible.
On the occasion of Children's Day in Bolivia, the country's national association of evangelicals published a manifesto addressed to the authorities to denounce the increase in violence against children. According to Bolivian evangelicals, children are of major importance. They denounce the government's lack of attention to this part of the population.
Angle Studios, behind the series The Chosen, has announced that it has acquired the rights to a film about Pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Expected in November 2024 in the United States, this feature film will explore the life of the German Protestant pastor, fierce resistance to Nazism.