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FMI pastor attacked in Bangladesh
Bangladesh (MNN) – Just over a week ago in Bangladesh, men from an electric company arrived at FMI supported Pastor Rajib’s home, claiming they were there to make improvements to his power, only to purposefully destroy Rajib’s property. But, when Rajib confronted the men, they turned...
Following Jesus Through the Seas (Part 2 of 2)
Leslie Leyland Fields offers unique and encouraging spiritual insights from her family's involvement in commercial salmon fishing in a discussion based on her recent book, Crossing the Waters: Following Jesus Through the Storms, the Fish, the Doubt and the Seas. (Part 2 of 2)
Church planters in India face great risk, find encouragement in fellowship
India (MNN) -- Christians in India face a growing tide of resentment and persecution, and it means the risk factor for church planters and evangelists is growing. According to the Open Doors World Watch List, India is currently the 15th harshest country in the world for Christians to live....
What does it really mean to ‘Make America Great Again’?
Int'l (MNN) -- Make America Great Again. It’s the mantra that’s become ingrained in the national consciousness over the last two years, both embraced and scorned by millions. But what does it really mean? (Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) We spoke with George Durance of TeachBeyond,...
Festival spreads Scripture and revival across Africa
International (MNN) -- When it comes to modern missions, it seems teamwork is the name of the game. More and more organizations are partnering up with other groups to maximize their impact for the Gospel, and Bibles For The World is no exception. According to the organization’s president,...
In Nepal, new law cracks down on expression of religion
Nepal (MNN) – Christianity in Nepal has two main bullies—Hindu radicals from within the country, and India. Thanks to growing pressures from these two sources, religious freedoms for minority groups are severely threatened. Earlier this month, a bill was passed that will likely restrict...
Booklet bringing hope to refugee children
International (MNN) -- There are some sights and experiences no one should ever be forced to be exposed to. Yet thanks to violence in nations like Iraq and Syria, millions of refugees can say they’ve been through those horrific events. And so have their children. That’s where Bibles For...
Revote scheduled after Kenyan election results thrown out
Kenya (MNN) – It’s not unusual for the losing side in an election to cry “fraud.” Nor is it unusual for this accusation to fall on deaf ears. But the losing candidate of Kenya’s recent presidential election has challenged the results in court, and it just won him another shot at...
InterVarsity: reaching all college campuses
USA (MNN) -- College campuses are buzzing with students again now that the summer hiatus is over. And while freshman may be memorizing campus maps and seniors reminisce about the past, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s campus ministries are in full swing. Vision for the Year (Photo...
Harvey developments: rising death toll, chemical plant explosions, water pump failures
USA (MNN) -- Tropical Storm Harvey was making its way through Texas and Louisiana as of yesterday. The current death toll stands at 38 people killed. Texas National Guard soldiers respond to the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey (Caption courtesy of The National Guard. Photos by Ssg. Tim Pruitt...