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Metro bombing in Russia drags up old wounds
Russia (MNN) -- Monday’s metro bombing in St. Petersburg killed a total of 14 people and injured many more. A second bomb was found at another station, but was disarmed, reports say. While connections to a terrorist group have not been confirmed, BBC said yesterday that Russian officials...
Surviving a Spiritual Mismatch (Part 1 of 2)
Best-selling author Lee Strobel and his wife, Leslie, discuss the struggles they experienced while he was an atheist and she was a new Christian, offering hope and practical suggestions for living out your beliefs while being faithful to an unbelieving spouse. (Part 1 of 2)
Easter, a showcase of courage for the persecuted Church
International (MNN) -- It’s been just over a year since the grisly Easter attack that took place in Pakistan. The bombing by the Pakistani Taliban killed nearly 70 people, says CNN, and Christians were the main target. For Christians, Easter is the pinnacle holiday to celebrate and remember...
Minority Christians in Nepal growing in unity through persecution
Nepal (MNN) -- Global Disciples recently hit an exciting milestone with 1,000 programs now in 45 countries! Their programs provide biblically-based training for small businesses, leadership development, and discipleship missions. Josh Keefer, Executive Vice President of Global Development...
‘Love Muslims’ offers change of perspective
International (MNN) -- A recent Pew survey showed the majority of self-identified white Evangelicals in the United States -- about 70 percent -- are “very concerned” about extremist Muslims in the country, as compared to about 50 percent of Americans overall. (Muslims in Saudi...
Conveying God's Love Through Discipline (Part 2 of 2)
In a discussion based on their book Discipline That Connects With a Child's Heart, Jim and Lynne Jackson offer parents practical advice for disciplining their children in a God-centered, grace-based way. (Part 2 of 2)
Religious freedom in Iran: awareness, advocacy, action
Iran (MNN) -- On Wednesday, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) is launching their Religious Prisoner of Conscience Project. (Logo courtesy of the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom) It’s meant to highlight the people who’ve been...
MAF invites you to join their Worldwide Day of Prayer
International (MNN) -- Tomorrow, April 5th is Mission Aviation Fellowship’s Worldwide Day of Prayer, and they’re asking if you would join them! Mission Aviation Fellowship is an aviation ministry that flies over 1,500 Christian outreach and humanitarian ministries into isolated...
Mission Cry sees God make a way
Philippines (MNN) -- One of the most frustrating things is to have a good, well-meaning plan bump against major road blocks. But Jason Woolford and the rest of the team at Mission Cry (formerly Christian Resources International) know that if it’s God's will, He will make a way. (Photo...
Conveying God's Love Through Discipline (Part 1 of 2)
In a discussion based on their book Discipline That Connects With a Child's Heart, Jim and Lynne Jackson offer parents practical advice for disciplining their children in a God-centered, grace-based way. (Part 1 of 2)