Akos Balogh spoke to a Hungarian Christian aid worker to hear about the 350,000 Ukrainian refugees in Hungary and how they’re being supported.
Our secular culture often uses evolution to explain why we’re moral creatures, and why we’re outraged at injustice. But the theory has a fatal flaw.
War should not drive us to despair, but help us yearn for the new creation, writes Akos Balogh, in this reflection on the invasion of Ukraine.
When threatened with ‘cancellation’, how do we keep from fighting outrage with outrage, hate with hate, cancellation with counter-cancellation?
These lies drive how we think about the world, how we talk, and how we act, especially toward those who think differently to us.
While there are obvious consequences for Christians, Churches, and other ministries, there is another consequence that few people realise.
After my panic attack on that small aircraft, part of me didn’t ever want to fly again. This is what I learnt on the journey of responding well to anxiety.
Part of me wishes I didn’t have to write this letter. I wish we lived in a world where all men treated all women with dignity and respect, at all times.
A book focusing on the experience of persecuted Christians can help Western Christians prepare for a future in which religious freedom is severely eroded.
I’m writing to make you aware of what your female family members and friends are up against. And how you should respond, especially as males.