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Bombshells, Orphan Outreach ministry reflections   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-26 - 29 days ago
USA (MNN) -- A major bombshell dropped on the evangelical community Monday: World Vision says they will recognize employee same-sex marriages. The expected fallout will hurt the most vulnerable: kids in their sponsorship programs. Tiffany Taylor with Orphan Outreach says their child sponsorship programs have one focus: "It's one thing to have humanitarian aid and... Read more

Orphanage helps kids AND parents   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-26 - 29 days ago
Guatemala (MNN) -- An orphanage is a place to help children. Open Doors Orphanage of Paradise Bound Ministries in Guatemala also plans to reach the world. Dan Smith of Paradise Bound explains: "It's more than just a children's home: it is an outreach. It's an outreach into the communities around us, which are very, very... Read more

Orphan’s Heart seeks helping hands   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-26 - 29 days ago
Dominican Republic (MNN) -- Do you like to help people?  "The needs are so great, and we have so much to do in such a short period of time, that we are really, really in need of tremendous help right now." Ron Gunter of Orphan's Heart says they have a big project that's going to... Read more

Deadly terrorist attack on church in Kenya   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-25 - 30 days ago
Kenya (MNN) -- Terrorists struck Mombasa, Kenya Sunday. Open Doors President and CEO David Curry tells us what happened. "A hooded gunman on Sunday stormed into a church near Mombasa and began to shoot indiscriminately at people. At this moment, we know that six Christians were killed in the attack." It's an attack that's eerily... Read more

Malatya Massacre suspects freed   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-25 - 30 days ago
Turkey (MNN) -- Turkey takes the spotlight as April 10 draws near. That's when the men suspected of brutally killing three Christians in 2007 will give their last defense before being sentenced. IN Network's Behtnan Konutgan says the Church in Turkey is hopeful. "They will be put again in a prison, and they will [be]... Read more

Dios es Amor needs your help   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-25 - 30 days ago
Mexico (MNN) -- A school for special needs students in Mexico is running low on funds. The "God is Love" school is the only place in Puebla where handicapped students can get an education and hear the Gospel. It was started in 2006 by two AMG International missionaries. Nearly 20 students are currently enrolled and... Read more

Frontline Shepherds Conference renews in Nicaragua   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-25 - 30 days ago
Nicaragua (MNN) -- God is working in Nicaragua. Jonathan Shibley of Global Advance is impressed by 700 pastors' ardent love for God he observed at a Frontline Shepherd's Conference recently. However, Shibley says, "So many of them have, been discouraged in their work. As a matter of fact, over the last couple of years we... Read more

Nations gather in Turkey for Network 2014   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-25 - 30 days ago
Turkey (MNN) -- The Church is crossing into new territory elsewhere in Turkey. SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa, is holding their first-ever "Network" conference. People from 26 countries are gathering to hear how and why the Gospel is advancing in this region. They'll also discuss ways to... Read more

Need for medical care increasing in Burma   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-24 - 1 month ago
Burma (MNN) -- Constant attacks on Burma's ethnic people create a continual need for medical care. And that's where problems arise, says Steve Gumaer of Partners Relief and Development. "In the ethnic states, medical care is not something that the central government is interested in establishing, because in those ethnic states, the government is either... Read more

Muslims claim Jesus   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-24 - 1 month ago
International (MNN) -- It's being called one of the greatest human rights tragedies of our time: radical Islam's attack on Christians. Despite the increasing persecution, more Muslims are looking to Jesus for truth, says Jim Bowman of Scriptures In Use. "We've been working especially hard over the last 15 years in Islamic Africa, Islamic India,... Read more

Is SEND prepared for the future?   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-24 - 1 month ago
USA (MNN) -- If you had a huge job to tackle, you'd want the best tools to do it with, right? SEND International's job is the Great Commission, but they're working with tools that are a half century old and don't work very well. So, what would it take to be prepared for the future?... Read more

Divine logic is hard to trust, much less understand   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-24 - 1 month ago
USA (MNN) -- What makes someone move from the States, to Africa, then to Germany? Cost of living? The cuisine? How about God's plan? A missionary couple with Wycliffe Bible Translators USA reminds us we're not to lean on our own understanding. Jeff and Heather Pubols share the inner conflict when trusting God. "The hardest... Read more

Setback in Pakistan   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-24 - 1 month ago
Pakistan (MNN) -- In Pakistan, the Appeals Court was supposed to consider Asia Bibi's case last week. However, according to the Voice of the Martyrs Canada, one of the judges failed to show, so the hearing was postponed. No new date has been set. Bibi is a Christian woman facing the death penalty for violating... Read more

Clean water for a million by 2020   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-21 - 1 month ago
Ghana (MNN) -- Did you know tomorrow is World Water Day? Each year on March 22, groups raise awareness of the crucial role clean water plays in everyday life. The Mission Society is spearheading efforts to give one million people in Ghana access to clean water by 2020. This project is also introducing the Gospel... Read more

The value of a short-term mission trip   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-21 - 1 month ago
USA (MNN) -- Over 1.5 million U.S. Christians go on short-term mission trips every year. Trips can range from within the country to overseas, and from one to 90 days. Robert Bergman says MOSES Inc.'s short-term mission trips only take up a weekend. They work in tandem with local churches, helping these ministries shine the... Read more

2014 Northeast Adoption Summit   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-21 - 1 month ago
USA (MNN) -- Deuteronomy 10:18 says God executes justice for the fatherless and the widow. His work is often done through us. One example is the work of Bethany Christian Services. This April, they're hosting the Northeast Adoption Summit. Bill Blacquiere of Bethany says the two-day event will provide training and information. "Getting together as a group... Read more

Central African Republic religious leaders fight for peace   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-21 - 1 month ago
Central African Republic (ODM) -- Chaos brings Central African Republic religious leaders to the United Nations in the pursuit of peace for their country. Violence in the CAR is a continuation of Islamist rebel groups engaging in loot, rape, and murder throughout the country. Many of the attacks are focused on Christian communities throughout the... Read more

Central African Republic refugee crisis: level 3   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-21 - 1 month ago
Central African Republic (MNN) -- The Central African Republic is ravaged by what some human rights groups are calling genocidal war. Think: Rwanda. World Renew's Wayne DeJong says, "The UN is now calling it one of the most silent and forgotten emergencies in the world." It has become a level 3 emergency--which means it's the... Read more

Philippines trip to help believers learn about their Savior   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-20 - 1 month ago
Philippines (MNN) -- Shouldn't a believer be able to learn about their Savior on a daily basis? That's difficult in places like the Philippines because most Christians do not have a Bible. Jason Woolford of Christian Resources International says their ministry is working to fix this issue. "Our plan and our hope is to get God's Word... Read more

Crimea crisis grows, Ukraine loses naval base   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-20 - 1 month ago
Ukraine (MNN) -- Russian forces took over a Ukrainian naval base in Crimea yesterday. There are concerns that tensions between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian forces could ignite into a bloody conflict. Caught in the middle is SEND International’s team. Workers in three cities east and south of Kiev have relocated or evacuated. Some in Kiev... Read more

Join the Secret Church   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-20 - 1 month ago
International (MNN) -- Secret Church is a simulated house church meant to raise awareness about what persecution really looks like. On April 18, Secret Church will host a Good Friday simulcast. It will highlight prayer needs for persecuted believers and reveal how the Gospel moves forward despite challenging circumstances. Open Doors is a partner in... Read more

Ship outreach needs you   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-20 - 1 month ago
International (MNN) -- Operation Mobilization is taking the Gospel to the world in a very unique way: via ship. Logos Hope is home to a large onboard book store and more than 120 workers from around the world. OM's Dale Rhoton says, "About one million people a year walk up the gang-ways of our ship.... Read more

God is at work among Syrian refugees   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-20 - 1 month ago
Middle East (MNN) -- 2.5 million refugees. 6.5 million internally displaced people. And to top it all off, there's no end in sight. The Syrian crisis seems to be surrounded by nothing but bad news. But E3 Partners Middle East expert Tom Doyle shares this report: "Despite some of the saddest things that you would ever... Read more

Russian church liquidated   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-19 - 1 month ago
Russia (MNN) -- While the world condemns Russia's annexation of Crimea, Ukraine, a church in Russia is being forced to close. Wade Kusack with Russian Ministries says the Harvest Church of St.Petersburg received devastating news: "The church was liquidated because the government decided that the church conducted unregistered educational activities." Those activities were weekday Bible... Read more

South Sudan refugees the forgotten of the forgotten   (Open in a new window)

Source: mnnonline.org | 2014-03-19 - 1 month ago
South Sudan (MNN) -- South Sudan’s refugees are the forgotten among the forgotten…and their number is still growing. Over 700,000 people have been displaced by violence--and it’s getting worse. Bruce Smith with Wycliffe Associates says the trouble has hit them, too. "Our teams have actually temporarily evacuated in recent months because of some of that... Read more
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