• One app to save the world?

    One app to save the world?0

    The whole world is impacted by Covid-19 and governments are doing what they can to contain the virus and regain some sense of normalcy. That’s important both for their citizens and for their economies. Several countries are deploying apps for mobile devices to monitor the spread of the virus. Are you in?

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  • Covid-19 Resources to help churches as they respond.

    Covid-19 Resources to help churches as they respond.0

    We are still living with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The health impact was huge for some. The lockdown effect was massive for most. The ongoing economic and mental health impact will perhaps last for years.  And, for a growing number of countries, the infection rates are rising again. This thing is far from over.

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  • Distant Socialising

    Distant Socialising0

    Chosen or forced distance. Most of us have never spent any time thinking about the agreed cultural distance in formal and informal settings. Sociologists can tell us within centimetres what it is in Sweden and what it is in Albania. The social distance is different in each country.

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  • Coronavirus: How is it changing our nations?

    Coronavirus: How is it changing our nations?0

    Christians are always expected to pray for our political leaders (1 Timothy 2: 1-4). But, in this Covid-19 season, our prayers have been needed more than ever. Politicians have faced an impossibly steep learning curve as they have struggled to keep citizens alive, healthy, fed and able to survive economically.

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  • Precious Lord, take my hand, lead me home

    Precious Lord, take my hand, lead me home0

    Fernan’s mom went home. She’s gone in a few days, with no time to understand. There is never time to understand a mother’s departure, but the pandemic is taking away our loved ones in a hurry, without warning, without a moment to sit down, look at each other, talk and be silent.

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  • New EEA resource: Responding to Coronavirus – Learning from Nehemiah

    New EEA resource: Responding to Coronavirus – Learning from Nehemiah0

    The European Evangelical Alliance has published a new paper as a resource for its members, affiliate members, networks and local churches across Europe. The paper titled “Responding to Coronavirus – Learning from Nehemiah” was written by EEA´s Socio-Political Representative, Julia Doxat-Purser, and aims to provide some guidelines for Christian leaders in responding to Coronavirus. The paper

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