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.
Someone once said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.“ This is true in life. This is true in youth ministry. For the
Meeting 11-14 November, young evangelists from across Europe will gather in Germany stirred once more to the task of faithfully preaching the Gospel. With mountains as the backdrop, Hintersee, in
Church leaders and rights activists cite forced conversion as the biggest challenge for vulnerable minority communities of Pakistan. Refusing to review evidence from a Christian couple trying to recover their
The information minister of Zimbabwe, Monica Mutsvangwa, has reported that at least 157 children have died due to an outbreak of measles. In just four days, the number of measles cases has almost doubled from
Pastor, writer, Scripture Union missionary and promoter of the Bible presentation method Godly Play, David Pritchard’s greatest passion was bringing Jesus to children. Pastor, missionary of Scripture Union and president of Godly Play in Spain, David
This blog post is written by Mark Arnold’s daughter, Phoebe, who shares her experience of growing up as an additional needs sibling to her brother, James, as well as offering
A strong majority of Generation Z and Millennials who say they have made a personal commitment to Christ do not attend church in person or online at least once a
When my wife rings, a picture pops up on my phone. It’s of my wife holding our oldest daughter having her very first swimming lesson at 12 months of age.
It is widely known that the first 5 years of a child’s life have enormous ramifications. A child’s brain develops the most during these early years, but even more importantly,