A group of Brazilian Christians have started a movement spreading throughout social networking sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, called "New Protestant Reformation." The movement is part of a wider project supported by the group named "I Want a Church."
A new Christian-based social network has been officially launched recently by the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Porto Velho (RO), Brazil. "Hizby," which is the brain child of businessman Junior Gonçalves, is looking to become a new platform to help Christians network with one another and has already signed up more than 3,500 users.2 comments
Just hours after the announcement that Sage Stallone, son of Sylvester Stallone, had died, a leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, a group known for protesting military funerals, announced on Twitter that the controversial sect will picket Sage's funeral.113 comments
Friday the 13th: Should Christians Be Superstitious? A Look at Superstitions Among Evangelicals in Brazil
Today is Friday the 13th and many in Brazil consider the day to be the unluckiest day of the year, and are avoiding black cats and broken mirrors. However, how should Christians see superstitions and in particular, are Evangelical Christians in Brazil tempted to be superstitious on this day?10 comments
The evangelical population of Brazil increased by 16 million people over the 10 year period from 2000 to 2010 to 42.3 million, according to census results from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) published Friday.
Forecasters have warned of more dangerously high temperatures Saturday in the eastern part of the United States with the possibility of severe thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service.
Brazilian Christians Use Rio UN Conference to Plea to Iranian President to Release Youcef Nadarkhani
Brazilian protesters have come out in force at Rio+20 – the UN Conference on Sustainable Development, to demand that Iran release Christian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani.
The new Samsung Galaxy S3 has impressed smartphone users with features that interact with "real world objects" using technologies such as Near field communications and WiFi Direct. The features are attracting millions of users across the globe and will ensure the smartphone will clearly be the biggest Android threat to the iPhone.1 comments
A Catholic priest in Brazil is drawing attention for giving blessings to the believers online through his Facebook account.
Former Penn State coach Jerry Sandusky has been found guilty on 45 of 48 counts of child sex abuse concerning 10 young boys over a 15 year period.1 comments
Hispanic pastor and president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Samuel Rodriguez, has applauded U.S. President Barack Obama for his decision to stop the deportation of thousands of young illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children.
Apple is preparing to unveil its new MacBook Pro 2012 in just a few days at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco June 11. Following various rumors Apple fans are eagerly waiting to see whether the new laptop will have the revolutionary Retina Display boasted about on the new iPad.Tags Technology
The Brazilian government has announced a legislative decree that aims to place prohibitions on the rental of TV channels and radio programs in Brazil. The proposals have sparked strong reaction from evangelical leaders in Brazil, and in particular from Christians who currently host programs on the country's television and radio networks.
After being arrested and released on $5,000 bail, the well-known megachurch founder and pastor Creflo Dollar has published his first responses on social networking site Facebook, telling his followers to praise God.
An unidentified thief, who stole from a house in Tatuí, Sao Paulo in Brazil, has stunned police after he returned the money and left an apology letter. The thief claimed to be an evangelical Christian, explaned the reason he committed the crime, and furthermore gave tips on how the owners could better protect their home.