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.
Despite her past stand against abortion, Roberta Metsola told reporters after being elected that her position on abortion will be “that of the European Parliament”. European People’s Party Group (EPP) member,
A new poll released ahead of the annual March for Life reveals that most young Americans support efforts to ban abortions after a baby’s heartbeat can be detected. The poll, conducted
Katalin Novák has been the Family Minister of Viktor Orbán’s government. She says her faith is central to her understanding of a “family friendly Hungary”. Katalin Novák, the 44-year-old Family
Every year, millions of orphaned and vulnerable children all over the world receive Christmas presents from generous strangers. We imagine their faces lighting up as they realize that someone whom
Official statistics show that 51% of the general population adheres to Christianity, more women than men. London is the most religiously diverse region in the UK. The number of people
The COVID-19 pandemic upended our lives and forever changed how we function. Things we never debated in the past — everything from hybrid work environments to masking politics — have
Christian leaders stand ready to work with the government to stop more children being harmed following the tragic deaths of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and Star Hobson. Six-year-old schoolboy Arthur died after