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World Health Day: depression, refugees, and the Gospel
Middle East (MNN) -- Today is World Health Day, and this year, the United Nations is focusing on mental health and depression. These issues are timely, since John Ramey with Frontiers USA says the refugee crisis in the Middle East is generating an entire people group with high levels of...
Send BIBLEplus+ units to Ghana
Ghana (MNN) – If ever there was a time to share the Gospel, it will always be now. Not too long ago, this sense of urgency in sharing the Gospel gripped OneWay Ministries’ Executive Director’s heart, Michael Thompson. Specifically, in getting audio Bible devices, BIBLEplus+ units, to...
Surviving a Spiritual Mismatch (Part 2 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 2 of 2)  
Bible Reading - April 7
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Deadly chemical bombing in Syria prompts international blame game
Syria (MNN) -- Tuesday’s deadly attack in Syria has an outraged global audience pointing fingers. The chemical bombings that struck rebel-held territory in northern Syria have a climbing death and injury toll. As of yesterday, over 70 people have died after breathing in poisonous...
Missions, Muslims, and the Jesus Film in The Gambia
The Gambia (MNN) -- Are you looking for a way to serve God in missions this summer? Greg Jackson with Jesus Film Project will be leading a two week long mission trip to The Gambia in West Africa from May 18th-June 1st. Applications are still open for the team, and he says it’s a great...
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...