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Inconvenient Blessings
A mid-day eclipse darkened the sky greater than any power outage we’ve experienced, obscuring figures in its thickening cloak. The sun refused to show her face. The earth rumbled, and rocks split. Read more about Inconvenient Blessings
South Sudan’s Deaf find hope amid despair
South Sudan (MNN) -- South Sudan is imploding. War and famine have pushed the world’s youngest nation to the brink of collapse. Over the weekend, attackers killed seven aid workers as they transported food aid from the capital to a smaller village. According to BBC News, this was "the...
Embracing a pro-life narrative for refugees and immigrants
International (MNN) -- Let’s do a little word association. I say “pro-life”, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? Abortion? Babies? While those things have a lot to do with pro-life issues, there’s more to the pro-life narrative. Tom Lothamer with Life Matters Worldwide...
Sudan: Petr Jasek tells his story
Sudan (MNN) -- A huge sigh of relief and spontaneous shout of praise could be heard around the world over God’s hand in the recent release of Voice of the Martyrs worker Petr Jasek from a Sudanese prison. ([L] VOM's Todd Nettleton, [R] Petr Jasek. Photo courtesy of VOM USA)This is just one...
Bible Reading - March 28
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SAT-7 reaches the world’s fastest growing religion
International (MNN) -- One of the world’s fastest growing religions is always on the move, but Christians are finding new ways to reach Muslim refugees. A study by Pew Research predicts that by the end of this century, Islam will be the most common religion on the planet. The same website...
Orphans Reborn: a chance to spread love
Russia (MNN) -- Have you heard about Orphans Reborn? If not, you should definitely look into the ministry, which is a part of Slavic Gospel Association’s children’s ministry program. Meeting Orphans According to SGA, between Russia and its neighboring countries there are over 700,00...
ISIS struggles to claim the London terror attack
United Kingdom (MNN) -- A fifth victim of the attack in London died from injuries last week. The attacker, a 52-year-old British man, plowed a car into pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge, then stabbed a police officer on Parliament grounds before he was shot and killed. Around 40 others...
Suffering countries: Haiti second in international ranking
Haiti (MNN) -- A Gallup report published yesterday says the three countries with the greatest suffering on this globe are South Sudan, Haiti, and Ukraine. We’re going to take a look at one of these countries today, Haiti. The report says that 43 percent of Haiti’s population is suffering,...
Double your gift to get kids into Bible Clubs in India
India (MNN) -- Two weeks ago, the National Crime Records Bureau in India reported that the number of India’s human trafficking victims last year increased by 25 percent. Around 20,000 women and children were trafficked in the south Asian country in 2016 -- up from nearly 16,000 cases in...