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Social Justice and the Kingdom of God

Int’l (MNN) – Social justice is a term that gets thrown around a lot but is tricky to nail down. However, Danielle Strickland, a long-time social justice advocate and an ambassador with Compassion International, believes social justice is at the heart of the kingdom of God. From issues at the …

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Palestinian-Christian Identity: What it is and why it matters

Palestine (MNN) – Despite being the birthplace of Christianity, the Holy Land can be a difficult place to be a Christian, specifically for Palestinians living in Palestine. Areej Masoud, Development and Communications Coordinator for Bethlehem Bible College in Bethlehem, speaks to this truth first hand as a Palestinian Christian. “We …

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Venezuelan protestors attacked as supplies decline

Venezuela (MNN) — Last weekend, Venezuelan protestors were attacked on the Colombian and Venezuelan border. Reports say protestors were shot with rubber bullets and tear gassed by Venezuelan security forces. On the Colombian side of the border, two trucks with aid supplies were set on fire. These protests have broken …

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Holy Spirit moves in an unlikely place

Colombia (MNN) — Colombian prisons aren’t the first place you’d look for God’s Holy Spirit, but He’s moving there nonetheless. Hans Daza Bolaños leads the work of Crossroads Prison Ministries in Colombia. Through an interpreter, he says many prisoners are encountering Christ’s love and truth through their work. “Students, the …

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Iran at 40…what’s changed?

Iran (MNN) – This month marks the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Republic of Iran. In February 1979, a recently returned-from-exile Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini led an uprising that eventually ousted the Shah of Iran.  Although he initially spoke about human rights and freedom of religion, the rise to power saw …

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Cows: $300; forgiving a brother’s betrayal: priceless

South Sudan (MNN) — South Sudan: a land of war, trauma, and betrayal. Neighbors turn against neighbors. Young sons and daughters are sold off as soldiers and brides. High unemployment and discrimination add to the woes of the Deaf community. Deaf translators working with DOOR International, a global Deaf-to-Deaf ministry, …

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