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Women go to support missions in Bangalore
India (MNN) -- An all-women’s mission team with Audio Scripture Ministries recently returned from serving in Bangalore, India. Some of the women on the trip were moms, and all had a heart for missions. JP Sundararajan with ASM led the team and says it was a meaningful experience for a few...
Referendum results divide Turkey
Turkey (MNN) -- Today is a significant day for Turkey for reasons rooted in the past, present, and future. Over the weekend, not only did Christians celebrate Easter, but the nation voted on a referendum proposed by President Erdogan. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (Image Courtesy:...
Finding Healing From Sexual Assault (Part 1 of 2)
Leila Sommerfeld and Kathleen Terrill openly share about the pain and devastation they've experienced as rape survivors, and offer hope to women who've been sexually assaulted as they discuss the healing and restoration they've found through the power of God's love. (Part 1 of 2)
Bible Reading - April 18
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As ISIS loses territory, civilians find Hope in the remains
Iraq (MNN) -- We know ISIS has been losing territory, but now we have some data. Last week, an Iraqi military spokesman said ISIS now only controls less than seven percent of Iraq, down from the 40 percent it had claimed in 2014. Steve Van Valkenburg with Christian Aid Mission says as the...
The Snapshot tool and a bridge for the Gospel
International (MNN) -- This June, FMI is headed back to Bangladesh and Indonesia. But, when the ministry goes, it hopes to take multiple copies of its evangelism tool, Snapshot, to hand out. The Snapshot Tool A pastor and a church member role-playing during the conference in Bangladesh to...
After genocide, Rwanda remembers and rebuilds
Rwanda (MNN) -- This month marks the 23rd anniversary of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. Flag of Rwanda (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia/CC) In commemoration, United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres said the only way to honor the memory of the victims is to ensure such...
Discovering God is Enough
Chonda Pierce openly discusses some of her most painful life experiences, including an abusive upbringing, her husband's struggle with alcoholism and his death in 2014. She offers hope and encouragement as she describes how God's grace has sustained her, and how it is sufficient for all of us...