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SAT-7 USA launches podcast on creative ministry

United States (MNN) — SAT-7 is a satellite TV ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. The organization has a vision—to see a growing Church in the MENA region. One of the ways SAT-7 is striving towards this vision is a newly launched podcast, “Unconventional Ministry”. The hope for …

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Ministry continues despite latest Venezuela crisis

Venezuela (MNN) — The straw that broke the camel’s back is an idiom used to describe something trivial that results in an extreme reaction or failure. Although the item or event itself is small, it becomes a catalyst when added to an increasingly-problematic situation. A nationwide power outage appears to …

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Iran and its Millennial moment

Iran (MNN) – Issues that led to a revolution in Iran 40 years ago still resonate.  Chief among them: unemployment and economic inequality. Over half of the population is aged between 15 and 29, according to a report from the United States Institute of Peace. What that means now is …

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Algeria, Sudan protests continue; Arab Spring 2.0?

Algeria (MNN) — Protests continue this week in Algeria. On Friday, tens of thousands of protestors gathered to march in Algiers – Algeria’s capital city. It was reportedly the largest gathering since protests began four weeks ago. Demonstrators don’t want their current ruler to seek a fifth term in next …

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International Women’s Day intersects with the Gospel

International (MNN) — Today is International Women’s Day. Per the International Women’s Day website, the day is set aside as a time to celebrate “the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women” and to mark “a call to action for accelerating gender parity”. The theme this year—balance for better. …

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Doors opening for ministry in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe (MNN) – In recent years, it’s become more difficult for World Missionary Press (WMP) to send scripture booklets into Eastern Europe through shipping containers, distributors, and organizations. Deviations in Europe “Although we’ve had established contact particularly in Romania and Ukraine, due to internal difficulties… those two relationships have …

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Algeria: protesters eager for change

Algeria (MNN) — Protests continue to rock Algeria, and it seems that there isn’t much more uniting the throngs than this:  “There’s an election coming up on the 18th of April and the current president, (Abdelaziz) Bouteflika, has been put forward—nominated—to stand for a fifth term in office. ” So …

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Corruption is a problem for Church and State

Sierra Leone (MNN) — A new law promises to “revolutionize and consolidate” the fight against corruption in Sierra Leone. As described here, lawmakers presented the Sierra Leone Anti-Corruption Commission Amendment Act 2019 to Parliament a few days ago. Earlier this year, Transparency International released its Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) – …

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