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    Transbiblica Global Outlook 2022

    Click here to open the PDF Transbiblica Global Outlook 2022 While 2020 is a year of surprise as the world coming to a standstill with COVID-19, 2021 is a year of realization that humanity has its own limitations. Though the world adapted to covid faster, the variants such as omicron made people to realize that it’s a long way to go. The year started with the shocking riot on the supreme democratic institution of USA- The Capitol- triggered by the defeat of pro-evangelical President, Mr Donald Trump. Several evangelical leaders refused to believe Trump’s defeat in the elections, as they were intoxicated with Christian nationalism, putting religion above God. During…

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    A Risk Management Framework for Local Churches during COVID-19

    Since the beginning of coronavirus, thousands of local churches had to stop Sunday worship services, without knowing when they could reopen again. As the countrywide lockdown and other restrictions were lifted, few local churches started opening their weekly services, but cautiously. As the COVID-19 positive cases are still increasing, the air is filled with uncertainty and confusion. Coronavirus put the regular functioning of many local churches at risk, with pastors, elders and congregation members suffering both emotionally and financially. There is a great need for local churches to be aware of the context in which we are living in, and how to mitigate the short term and long-term risks which…

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    God & Migrants Webinar: Summary Note

      Dear Friends,     Thank you for your participation in ‘God & Migrants’ webinar on 14 June, 2020. We appreciate your passion for God’s work, especially on caring for suffering migrants. I am attaching summary notes from the webinar which we hope will be useful to you. You can pass on the same to your friends and church members who are interested in this issue.     As many of you have already been responding to the issue of migrants, we hope this webinar inspired you to understand perspectives of other like minded people and connect with them.     If you have any suggestions, or interested to associate…

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    Transbiblica Global Outlook 2019

    As we move into 2019, the most significant issue which the world is suffering with is the ‘Trust’. The world just celebrated the centenary of World War-1. Though efforts started earlier, It was after the World War- II, when almost all the countries are shattered, there was a strong sense of urgency for a global mechanism to ensure all countries in the world live in harmony with each other. After 80 years, we have forgotten the history, and trying to disrespect the global structures with certitude. As a result, it’s increasingly becoming difficult for the world leaders to Trust each other. Careless unilateralism is considered as ‘heroic’, and self-centeredness is…

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    Transbiblica Global Outlook 2018

    Year 2017 started with installation of António Manuel de Oliveira Guterres as the ninth Secretary General of the United Nations, followed by swearing in of Donald John Trump as the 45th President of the United States. With the ‘America First’ policy of Donald Trump and ‘Peace First’ policy of Antonio Guterres, the two power centres of the world seemed to be at loggerheads.   Please read the attached document below 2018-Transbiblica-New-Year-Message.pdf

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    Transbiblica Global Outlook 2017

    The International year of pulses has come to a turbulent end, leaving the world leaders pondering where the world is heading towards. No doubt, 2016 is a year of surprises witnessing a fierce battle between the ‘spirit and the flesh’. The two major events that shook the world in 2016……. Please read the attached document below. 2016-TB-Year-End-Message.pdf

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    Transbiblica Global Outlook 2016

    The Year 2015 not only brought unprecedented challenges, but brought significant positive developments for the world. Three most important developments are…. Please open the PDF and read the document below

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    Four things the Church should do for SYRIA

    In response to the alleged use of deadly chemical weapons near Damascus on 21st August 2013, the US is preparing for a possible military strike which may turn into a large scale global conflict over the coming months. This conflict which started in March 2011 between the government and opposition forces is heading towards a large-scale humanitarian crisis in history.   This is what the Church should do to minimize the impact of such a global conflict.     2013-09-TB-Syria.pdf