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Recognizing Your Son's Need for Respect (Part 1 of 2)
Best-selling author Emerson Eggerichs talks to moms about a boy's need for respect, and explains how they can give that respect to their sons. (Part 1 of 2)
Jesus Keeps His Appointments
Does someone you love need Jesus? At the appointed time, he’ll meet them where they are. He has the words of life, and he keeps his appointments. Read more about Jesus Keeps His Appointments
FMI sees fruits of Bengali conferences
Bangladesh (MNN) – FMI’s Bruce Allen just finished field visits throughout Bangladesh and during his travels, he witnessed the fruits of the conferences held last January. Equipping Congregations A pastor and a church member role-playing during the conference in Bangladesh to practice...
A farming technique changing lives in Africa
Africa (MNN) -- Over the many years mankind has been farming, we’ve developed a number of technologies and practices to improve crop yield. We’ve even stepped into genetic engineering to get bigger, fuller, disease-resistant plants. But one ministry is finding that despite all these...
Venezuela’s mock vote stirs a nation already boiling over
Venezuela (MNN) -- On Sunday, more than seven million Venezuelans turned out for a mock referendum vote. This unsanctioned demonstration was organized by the opposition party, and balloters voted on President Maduro’s proposed new assembly that would allow him to rewrite the constitution....
Sharing God's Gift of Laughter Through Life's Tragedies (Part 2 of 2)
With humor and candor, comedian Chonda Pierce discusses some of the struggles, tragedies and joys she's experienced, and encourages us to depend on God for strength and comfort as we endure pain and loss. (Part 2 of 2) 
Meriam Ibrahim: three years later
International (MNN) -- Three years ago, Meriam Ibrahim was released from prison. Greg Musselman of Voice of the Martyrs Canada remembers the story. It started when Meriam married Daniel, a young man with dual citizenship in Sudan and the United States. The problem was that he was a...