Écrire, lire, débattre, le 2nd festival protestant du livre – Regards protestants

Le 30 septembre se tiendra à Paris la seconde édition du Festival protestant du livre. Si l’événement rassemble des amateurs de lecture et des auteurs, il est aussi l’occasion de débattre et de mettre en relief la vitalité du livre, rendue essentielle dans un monde en constante mutation. Ce fut un bon début. Plus de … Read more

Can a Christian celebrate Mother’s Day? – Protestant looks

A troublesome past I know very well that this holiday has nothing to do with Christianity. It dates from 1906 and was reactivated by the Vichy regime to exalt the mothers of large families, pillars of the Nation. But, despite this heavy past, if this celebration continues, it is because it corresponds to a deep … Read more

Sister Veronika was a Protestant. The thirst for the Eucharist, the Virgin and the prayer of the rosary guided his conversion

On her way, between lights and shadows, she has tasted the joy and certainty that God has everything in his hands. The Liturgy of the Hours, the prayer of the Rosary, the Holy Mass and the work as an educator are part of her daily life. But this was not always the case, because Sister … Read more

The National Youth Network – Protestant Perspectives

According to an INSEE study, known as the “Age pyramid at 1er January 2022”, about a quarter of the French population is under 20 years old. That is to say, in our country, one in four people, or even more, depending on what we want to understand by “young people”. In any case, at the … Read more

200 young Christians committed to the 2022 Protestant dinner

The second edition of the “Protestants’ dinner” took place on Monday, November 28 at Station F in Paris, in the presence of the Minister of the Economy Bruno Le Maire. An evening organized by the Cercle Charles-Gide which honored “a Protestant youth driven by a spirituality of action” since 200 young Christians involved in various … Read more

Christelle Poujol, director of the Protestant bookstore 7ici and committed – Regards protestants

Christelle comes from Mus, a small village located between Nîmes and Montpellier, at the gates of the Camargue. She grew up in a Christian and committed environment. Her father was a pastor before becoming a marriage and family counselor. He specializes in Christian counseling and training with Protestant churches. Her older sister is a theologian … Read more

The Evangelical Popular Mission Defines Spirituality – Protestant Perspectives

The national crossroads of the miss pop of November 11 and 12 had as its theme Living and manifesting the Gospel today in the working class! What spiritual animations for all? A look back at a much-discussed notion during these two days: spirituality. In France, a country strongly influenced by the notion of secularism, it … Read more

3 questions to Isabelle Richard and Jean Fontanieu – Protestant Views

Is mutual aid inscribed in the DNA of the FEP? JF: By mutual aid, we must on the one hand understand “mutual aid” between associations, that is to say the possibility, within a federation whose members are fraternal and benevolent towards each other, of s help, when for example a large foundation intervenes with a … Read more

Canada: the Christian religion in decline – Protestant Perspectives

Canada’s religious Christian population is plummeting. This is the finding of the last census carried out in the country. When the population of the Christian Church represented 77.1% of the population in 2001, it represents only 53.3% of the population in 2021, according to data published by Statistics Canada. But this impressive decline is not … Read more