Discover a summary of 5 news published on the InfoChrétienne website this Tuesday, October 4, 2022, to have a global vision of what is happening in the world, especially in the Christian sphere, in a few minutes.
"Monsieur le Curé fait sa crisis", a show adapted from Jean Mercier's book, directed by Mehdi Djaadi and produced by Première Partie, premiered on September 29 at the Saint-Honoré d'Eylau church in Paris. . A single-on-stage that alternates between humor and depth brilliantly interpreted by Reynold de Guenyveau.
In Uganda, a mother had been suffering from stomach pain for more than 3 years. Invited to an evangelistic event on September 14, Shadia Namuzungu accepted that we pray for her and decided to convert. But the imam of the village, accompanied by six other people, will destroy part of his crops as well as his house.
Hurricane Ian, which hit the southeastern United States last week, caused considerable damage. A pastor from Orlando, Florida bears witness to the situation in his city. He reminds us that even in the midst of storms, God is with us.
Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel (2005-2021) won the Nansen Prize from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) on Tuesday for her determination to welcome asylum seekers when she was in office.
During the proclamation of Charles III last September, Symon Hill was arrested after shouting in the middle of the crowd, “Who elected him? ". The Christian author and activist backtracks on that statement. "When the High Sheriff of Oxfordshire said that Charles was our 'sole and rightful overlord', whom we should give 'obedience with humble affection', I couldn't stand it. »
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