Impact Spain used their balconies as a stage to entertain the neighbours and share the gospel message during lockdown.
Rainbows represent a promise of hope. Solidarity and kindness to one another has given many people hope during lockdown: food banks, people making homemade masks and PPE out of rubbish bags or visors on 3D printers. Every act of kindness helps! What can you do?
“Stay home” gives the message that home is a safe place, but that is not always the case.
Spain is in mourning. Loss of life, economic downturn, political and social tension. What does the future hold?
José Pablo and Juan Sánchez, brothers, were both hospitalised at the same time, in different hospitals in Madrid. They tell the story of how their faith in God comforted and strengthened them as they fought for their lives against the coronavirus
During the lockdown, two sisters decide to give a concert in the patio of the apartment block where they live.
Raquel Eddy, 21, talks about her experiences of testing positive for Covid-19. She has now fully recovered.
One Spanish family, 12 members affected by the Covid-19 virus, some hospitalised with very serious symptoms. All of them have now recovered.
Reflections about the first weeks of lockdown in Spain in March-April 2020 due to the global pandemic of Covid-19.
You were already here when we came. Who knows for how long? You stood tall and elegant as the first neighbours arrived with their keys, opening the door to their new homes, spirits bright with hope for the future. A silent witness to our lives. For 21 years you have stretched your branches up to…