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Ukraine experiences increase in conflict violence
Ukraine (MNN) -- Earlier this month, the United Nations came out with a report on the rising violence in Ukraine. Rise in Violence In 2014, the fighting in Ukraine caught civilians right in the middle.(Photo courtesy of SGA via Facebook) From February to April, the violence related to the...
Ramadan ending, but Christians continue to pray
International (MNN) -- Ramadan ends tomorrow, but the impact of the holy month will be felt for some time. While moderate Muslims have sought a greater understanding of their god during this time, extremist groups have used the month as an excuse to increase their attacks. Much of the...
Nearly 200,000 displaced in southern Philippines as extremist attacks persist
Philippines (MNN) -- Clashes between Muslim extremists and the army in the southern Philippines still aren’t letting up. The siege in Marawi City has stretched into its fifth week now after ISIS-pledged militants took over in late May. While Filipino authorities say the extremists in Marawi...
Protecting the invisible on International Widows’ Day
India (MNN) -- Today is International Widows' Day, a reminder of the unnoticed, neglected, overlooked, cursed, ostracized, abused, and invisible. It’s a day when believers can remember God’s calling to care for the orphans and the widows of the world, and it’s a day to pick up...
The Islamic State and the methods of terrorism
International (MNN) -- The Islamic State established roots before the turn of the century, but it wasn’t until the last few years that the terrorist organization was recognized worldwide. The attacks of the Islamic State are hard to number. Many of their claims of responsibility cannot be...
SGA brings in a new president
USA (MNN) -- In case you haven’t already heard, as of May 1st, the Slavic Gospel Association has a new president, Michael Johnson. New President At 76-years-old, the former president, Bob Provost, decided it was time to step down. However, this doesn’t mean that Provost is out of the...
Feeding the hungry in Venezuela
Venezuela (MNN) -- School can be a challenge for many students, but when students in Venezuela faint in class, it’s not about the homework load. Due to political instability in Venezuela, food, medicine, and fuel are all in short supply. “Most of the children, especially in the poor...
Bible Reading - June 23
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