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Ministry sees new believers in India, new Bibles in China
South Asia (MNN) -- India will likely have the largest Muslim population in the world by 2050, according to a recent Pew report. It raises questions about how this will affect the nation’s Christians down the road. Even now, we’ve seen an increase in pressure on believers in India by their...
For Haiti With Love features Pilgrim House project
Haiti (MNN) -- Have you ever known what it was like to be homeless? Chances are, probably not. Yet, there are many families in Haiti who, for them, this is a reality. However, For Haiti With Love has been building homes over the years for homeless families. How? Through its Pilgrim House...
The lies that entangle North Korea
North Korea (MNN) -- North Korea shows up in the headlines for a variety of reasons. Most recently, it’s been the country’s nuclear arms activity, and the murder of Kim Jong Un’s half-brother, Kim Jong Nam. But if we want to really characterize this country in a phrase, it’s safe to...
Nursing schools fight off witch doctors in Uganda
Uganda (MNN) -- Do you have aches? A fever? Malaria? In Uganda, your prescription is usually the same thing; a visit to the local witch doctor. Tasos Ioannidis of AMG International said his organization is hoping to change that. “The medical care in Uganda is very primitive in a lot of...
Local church partnerships prompt domino effect discipleship
International (MNN) -- We want to introduce you to a new missions partner! Global Disciples has been in ministry for over 20 years, and well, they do exactly what they say – make global disciples. Josh Keefer, Global Disciples’ Executive Vice President of Global Development, explains,...
Western, Central Africa: radio breaking through barriers
West Africa (MNN) -- Western and Central Africa has seen its fair share of violence and bloodshed, and it continues to be an unstable region. The country of Mali, for instance, is still trying to eradicate Al-Qaeda linked terrorists from the northern region five years after they invaded...
Japan disaster recovery efforts falter
Japan (MNN) -- Broken remnants and barricades remain six years after Japan’s deadly 'triple disaster'. Damage left by the 2011 tsunami.(Photo cred: Tamaki Seto via Wikimedia Commons) “There are still tens of thousands of people in temporary housing…. That place (near the Fukushima...
InterVarsity announces Urbana 18’s Scripture focus
USA (MNN) -- InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has announced its Scripture focus for the upcoming Urbana 18 Student Missions Conference. The book of choice -- Revelation. Scripture for Urbana 18 (Image courtesy of InterVarsity) “The primary reason we said 'yes' to Revelation is because we...
Sudan: two freed, two still imprisoned
Sudan (MNN) -- The release of Petr Jasek, a Czech aid worker, was welcome news this weekend. But the question remains: what about the two men convicted in conjunction with the case? Todd Nettleton of The Voice of the Martyrs USA says, “They’re in jail for allegedly helping a spy. Well, we...
Refugee kids, women abused while traveling Mediterranean route
Middle East (MNN) -- A disturbing report from UNICEF yesterday reveals new statistics behind the abuse and harassment of refugee children and women. Thousands of refugees try to cross into Europe via the Mediterranean route through North Africa, and specifically Libya. In 2016, the report...