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Native missions team finishes a summer of bringing the Gospel to reservations
North America (MNN) -- Imagine trying to stay standing as the heat of the July sun beats on the asphalt of a basketball court beneath your tired feet and the stench of marijuana fills the air. It’s grueling work, and the intensity of your situation weighs heavy on your senses and your...
Hundreds dead, missing in Sierra Leone’s devastating floods
Sierra Leone (MNN) -- Disaster struck the city of Freetown in Sierra Leone when torrential rains caused sudden landslides and flooding early Monday morning. Many didn’t have time to run and several people were still even asleep in their beds. (Photo courtesy of Crossroads Prison...
Café attack in Burkina Faso, 18 killed
Burkina Faso (MNN) -- On Sunday, a lively café in the northern part of Burkina Faso was the site of a horrific attack by jihadist gunmen. A large group had gathered there to celebrate a birthday party when chaos broke out. The attack took place just a few paces away from the January 2016...
Holding on to Hope During Separation (Part 2 of 2)
Best-selling author Gary Chapman offers advice and hope from his book One More Try: What to Do When Your Marriage is Falling Apart. (Part 2 of 2)  
Charlottesville: Viewing racism through a biblical lens
USA (MNN) – This past weekend, the people of Charlottesville, Virginia experienced a radical display of hatred that revealed the worst parts of our society. (Photo courtesy of Amanda Hirsch via Flickr: https://goo.gl/Lg8Cy3) Such blatant and extreme racism is something only God’s love...
A Christian response to Charlottesville
USA (MNN) -- This past Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, white nationalists and neo-Nazis assembled to protest a Confederate monument’s removal. Law enforcement estimated between 2,00-6,000 people would be at the protest. The alt-right group shouted racist slurs and hateful chants, and...