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Sudan: of deadly protests, elections, and Christians.

Sudan (MNN) — Protestors in Sudan gathered over the slow pace toward civilian-led elections, in the wake of Omar al Bashir stepping down in April. On Monday, Sudan’s military abandoned the talks, and security forces opened fire on protestors, killing 35. Sudan in Conflict Once Bashir stepped down, the Transitional …

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FMI holds conferences for pastors in Bangladesh

Bangladesh (MNN) — Bangladesh is one of the largest Muslim-majority nations in the world. The World Watch List* ranks the country 48th out of the top 50 countries where it is most difficult to live as a Christian. Bruce Allen with FMI was recently in the country for conferences and field …

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Taliban violence continues as Eid al-Fitr begins

International (MNN) — Violence and bloodshed surround one of the most important days on the 2019 Islamic calendar. The leader of Afghanistan’s Taliban forces promises continued fighting in his annual Eid al-Fitr message. More about that here. Meanwhile, in Syria, at least 19 people perished when a car bomb exploded …

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Lebanon: How a revival shook things up

Lebanon (MNN) – Kingdom mindedness — it is this idea that instead of working only to further a specific ministry, the Christian community works with the goal of furthering God’s Kingdom. Sometimes it takes a crisis to awaken the Church to this Kingdom mindset. For Lebanon, that crisis was the …

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Christians among groups targeted by Myanmar armed forces

Myanmar (MNN) — In a new report, human rights watchdog Amnesty International indicted Myanmar’s government of war crimes and called upon the international community to respond. Amnesty claims military forces “have killed and injured civilians in indiscriminate attacks since January 2019… [and] carried out extrajudicial executions, arbitrary arrests, torture and …

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Will you pray for SAT-7’s work?

USA (MNN) – Pray–it is a simple command, but an incredible discipline for Christians. It is our direct line to talk with our Heavenly Father and intercede on behalf of others. The Bible says in 1 John 5:14-15 to have confidence that what we ask according to God’s will, He …

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God’s Kingdom grows as Deaf reach Deaf for Christ

International (MNN) — Exact statistics are hard to come by, but most ministries working among the Deaf agree that 98 percent of the world’s 70 million Deaf people are “unreached” — people who’ve never encountered the Good News of Jesus. Information like this from Finishing the Task reveals yet another …

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Modi sworn in for second term; Christians wary

India (MNN/MNI) — India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn in yesterday for a second five-year term. Over 600 million people voted in this election, and Modi won by a landslide. His political party (Bharatiya Janata Party) won 354 of 545 seats (272 seats are needed for a majority) in …

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FMI-supported pastor attacked in home

Pakistan (MNN) — On Monday, May 27, more than 35 men attacked an FMI-supported pastor, his wife, and his college-aged daughter in his home. FMI’s Bruce Allen says Pastor Aziz was targeted to prevent his fruitful Gospel ministry from continuing. The attack caught Pastor Aziz and his family off guard. Fortunately, …

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