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Audio Scripture boosts Mexican church growth

Mexico (MNN) — Approximately 129 million people fill Mexico’s borders, and many of them are oral learners. This means they gain better understanding when new information is spoken rather than written down. When oral learners hear Scripture in their heart language, lives change. Joshua Harrison with Audio Scripture Ministries says …

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Egypt: of Christmas, Christians and counterterrorism

Egypt (SAT7/MNN) — Days after an explosion killed three tourists and their Egyptian guide, the president of Egypt, Abdel Fattah El Sisi ordered the creation of a committee to tackle “sectarian incidents”. Mary Joseph, Communications Officer for SAT-7 Egypt*, described the incident in this statement:  The terrorist attack on a …

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Refugees returning to Syria cause shift in outreach efforts

Syria (MNN) – Syrian refugees are starting to return to their home country, which is changing outreach and ministry programs and the community of different areas. Returning to Syria “With international changes, also the [Lebanese] government pressures and even the international pressure for seeing [refugees] to go back home, we …

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Print on demand Bibles enable quicker discipleship

International (MNN) — Wycliffe Associates’ Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation (MAST) strategy has helped in quickly translating the Bible into other languages by working with locals and mother-tongue translators. Though the work moves quickly, Wycliffe Associates has a vision for the good news to continue making a fresh impact for generations. …

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Syrian children reluctant to return to homeland

Syria (MNN) – The UNHCR recently reported that up to 250,000 Syrian refugees are expected to return to their home country in 2019. Returning to Syria About 37,000 already returned in 2018 and in 2017, and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) reported more than 600,000 Syrian refugees returned in …

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Campus Access problems may indicate short-fallings of Church

United States (MNN) – InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has increasingly faced campus access issues. More universities have been reviewing InterVarsity’s leadership requirements followed by claims that the organization is discriminatory because it requires Chapter leaders to be Christians. In 2018, InterVarsity was kicked off a couple of college campuses under the …

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Four new believers brave public baptism

Jordan (MNN) — Four new believers in Jordan just took an unprecedented step of faith: they were baptized. “It was just a beautiful, beautiful ceremony,” shares Samuel of Redemptive Stories. “They each got up and told their stories about how they had come to faith in Christ. We worshipped together …

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