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Pennsylvania School: Students May Not Pray or Mention Jesus
Moriah Bridges wanted to thank God for His immeasurable blessings on Beaver High School’s graduating class. But she could not, because she was told it was against the law. Read more about Pennsylvania School: Students May Not Pray or Mention Jesus
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Bible Reading - June 16
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HR 390: Critical step to help victims of ISIS
USA (MNN) -- Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives quietly passed the bipartisan Iraq and Syria Genocide Emergency Relief and Accountability Act (HR 390) in a voice vote. (Photo courtesy of Open Doors USA) Open Doors USA President and CEO David Curry explains what the bill would do:...
Gospel catches fire in Miao minority group
China (MNN) -- To many people in the West, China may still seem like a land devoid of much Christian influence. While there is some truth to that, in one minority group, the Gospel is catching fire. That’s what Erik Burklin, President of China Partner, says he witnessed on a recent visit...
Cambodia: building bridges to end spiritual poverty
Cambodia (MNN) -- Despite economic growth in the last couple of decades, Cambodia continues to be one of the poorest countries in Asia. But, what would it look like to address not only the physical poverty in Cambodia, but the spiritual poverty as well? Cambodia is a Buddhist dominant nation...
Snapshot Packets headed for Indonesia
Indonesia (MNN) -- FMI’s Bruce Allen is on his way to Indonesia, after stopping in Bangladesh, for some very special field visits. Hello, Indonesia What makes this set of field visits unique? Well, Allen is taking the Snapshot Packet evangelism tool with him to deliver to national church...
First-generation Nepali Christian leaders in need of biblical training
Nepal (MNN) -- When the Gospel first started going out with missionaries into Asian countries, huge strides were made for God's Kingdom in nations like China and India. However, the small country of Nepal sandwiched between them was largely overlooked. (Photo courtesy of Vision Beyond...