Christian News Media Digest
“Keep the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other.” – Karl Barth
It was the renowned theologian Karl Barth who said that we should keep the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other. He emphasized that we should be grounded in God’s Word but also aware of what is going on in the world around us and interpret it through the Bible. This news digest is a curated selection of Christian news articles, interviews and more that speak to current children-related issues and developments that are relevant to the Church. They provide insights, inform and equip those who are serving in children ministries whether at the global, national or local level.
*All articles are used with permission. Some of the views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of the WEA Children’s Network.
Caregiver, cook, chauffeur, referee, finder of lost socks — is there any role that mom can’t play? But for some moms on Mother’s Day, those
Children are an amazing gift from God (Psalm 127:3), known and loved by Him from before they were even born (Psalm 139). Becoming a parent
After a popular consultation on the new ‘Code of Families’, Cubans will vote the final text in a referendum in July. Evangelicals have criticised several
Evangelicals denounce that “gambling laws are outdated” and urge the government to take measures to solve a problem that is “a gateway to an addiction”.
Evidence continues to pour in that insidious, widespread sexualization of children is taking place. As a journalist who has tracked some of this over the
How should parents talk to their children about sex, homosexuality and transgender ideology? Abby Johnson and Christian apologist Sean McDowell talked about their perspective on
Longer, sunnier days are coming! The opportunity to go out for the day, perhaps to the beach or the countryside, maybe to a park or
About 1000 youths participate in camps to prepare the musical before their performances. “The focus is not only on the music. We also reflect on
Many self-identified Christian parents hold views that contradict the teachings of their faith, raising concerns about their ability to provide their children with an upbringing
The Congress approved the declaration of 19 November as National Day for the fight against child abuse. In Peru 80% of those cases take place
In a sentence, the highest court in Spain clearly opposes surrogacy because “it violates fundamental rights recognised in the Constitution and international agreements on human
A Youth for Christ ministry director based in Oregon has stated that she believes churches need to do a better job of building bridges to