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Peacekeepers leaving Haiti; what’s next?
Haiti (MNN) -- Peace and stability — these were the goals the U.N. peacekeepers had when they arrived in Haiti 13 years ago. Now the peacekeepers are set to pull out of the country this fall. The big questions they leave behind are: did they achieve their goals? What’s next for...
Print On Demand made available for translators
International (MNN) -- Wycliffe Associates is always in a state of finding better ways to help Bible translators share the Gospel. And as the ministry moves into new territories, it’s helping translators make physical copies of God’s Word available even faster and cheaper through the...
As drought hits South India, livelihoods boosted through literacy
India (MNN) -- South India is experiencing one of the worst droughts it has seen in decades. The failure of 2016’s rainy monsoon season is a contributing factor to the drought, and thousands of farmers and villagers are taking out loans to survive. Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Mission India...
Letting Your Voice be Heard in Heaven
In this inspiring message recorded at the 2017 National Prayer Breakfast, U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black reminds Christians about the power of prayer and the importance of praying for government leaders.
Entertainment, freedom of information in crosshairs of Turkey’s purge
Turkey (MNN) -- The ever-growing post-coup purge in Turkey struck another blow last weekend. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan fired nearly 4,000 more public officials, and banned Wikipedia and certain television dating shows. Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia, was particularly...
Getting Bibles into the hands of Chinese Christians
China (MNN) -- The stories are woven into the history of Christianity with exquisite detail -- missionaries smuggling Bibles into areas of the world closed to the Gospel. But does the need to smuggle Bibles into China still exist? Wendell Rovenstine, President of Bibles for China, says there...
Cambodia Church finds unity in shared needs
Cambodia (MNN) -- There’s a slice of land in Southeast Asia about the size of Oklahoma. It’s surrounded by Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. While you’ve no doubt heard of Cambodia, you may not know much about the country. Meng Aun Hour of Asian Access says what most people do recognize is...
Helping Hurting Kids Through Foster Care (Part 2 of 2)
Foster parents Major T.J. Menn and his wife, Jenn, discuss the joys and challenges of caring for 24 different children over a 10-year period, and encourage listeners to consider how they can share God's love with orphans and foster kids. (Part 2 of 2)
Vision Beyond Borders plans Day and Night Care Center in India
India (MNN) – After many years of working with women in the red-light district in India, a ministry is taking the next step to address the needs there. Vision Beyond Borders is working to open a Day and Night Care Center for the children of women working in the brothels. What is life like...
Celebrating the past, looking to the future in Asia
MNN's Ruth Kramer traveled to Indonesia last week with Asian Access as they celebrated 50 years of ministry with Jubilee in Jakarta. Kramer shares her reflections. Indonesia (MNN) -- It’s not every day that you can mark a jubilee in ministry by snowball growth, but that’s what is...