Nowadays, singleness, late marriages, having children late, and even remaining dink (both working parents without children) are very common. A brother who has served the church for many years encourages Christians to value the blessings of marriage and raising children.
An academic symposium titled "Religion and the Rule of Law: Canon Law and Chinese Law" was jointly hosted by the Pushi Institute for Social Science and the Law School of the University of Camerino, Italy, making it the first academic exchange between the two sides on the theme of canon law.
Just after the 11th World Council of Churches Assembly in Germany, China Christian Daily had an interview with Dr. Dimitra Koukoura on the topic of gender justice. She was awarded a Ph.D. by the Faculty of Theology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and was the first woman to teach homiletics, communication, and rhetoric as a member of the faculty of theology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
A pastor's wife encouraged single Christians to get involved in the fellowship, as they are likely to be withdrawn if they are single for a long time.
During a plenary on the situation in Europe, Dr Jørgen Skov Sørensen - General Secretary of the Conference of European Churches (CEC) - spoke on the impact of the war on Europe and the world, including migration, development and the diaconal response of the churches on on 1 September 2022 in the 11th assembly of the World Council of Churches which featured" Christ's Love Moves the World to Reconciliation and Unity" in Karlsruhe, Germany.
During the 11th World Council of Churches Assembly in Germany, Dr Jørgen Skov Sørensen, general secretary of the Conference of European Churches urged the global church to stay together facing the challenges such as the war in Ukraine and rising secularism. The Christian leader stressed the importance of being part of the worldwide fellowship and showing the diversity of how the church can be through different contexts.
A male believer surnamed Wu from Haixiu Church in Haikou, Hainan, was singsing a song at the altar at an unknown date.
The message Bohdan Mostovyi urges to tell is that Ukraine is still at war and innocent blood is shedding every day. “We should not get used to the war,” he said. “Only together we can solve this problem, only united we can have peace.”