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ASM preparing cyclone aid container for Mozambique

Mozambique (MNN) — It has been four months since Cyclone Idai ravaged Mozambique and killed hundreds of people. Audio Scripture Ministries’ base in central Mozambique took a direct hit from Cyclone Idai, suffering heavy winds and 30 inches of rain in just two days. “Cyclone Idai really took a huge toll …

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Religious freedom, a most pressing global issue

A devastating fire set by Boko Haram militants. (Photo courtesy of World Mission) USA (MNN) – 2019 is a year pockmarked with religious intolerance, persecution, oppression, and harassment. On March 15, 2019, a gunman killed 51 worshippers at a New Zealand mosque. On Easter Sunday, April 21, 2019, suicide bombers …

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Language gap highlights Deaf need for Scripture

International (MNN) — Often found in U.S. news headlines, terms like “gender gap” and “wealth gap” describe inequality in opportunities and income. Did you know there’s a “language gap,” too? Andriea Vigil is an American Sign Language interpreter working with Deaf Bible Society. She says there’s an inequality between spoken …

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Religious freedom summit underway

USA (MNN) – This week, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo officially convened the 2nd Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, which wraps up tomorrow. The summit brings together 1,000 foreign ministers, religious leaders, and others from 115 nations, explains Open Doors USA President and CEO David Curry. “They’re getting together …

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Bethlehem Bible College celebrates 40 years

Palestine (MNN) – This year marks 40 years that Bethlehem Bible College has educated believers in Palestine. Dr. Bishara Awad, a man described with a heart aching for young people who desire to serve God, helped found the college in 1979. His largest obstacle—finding qualified Arab teachers. During this period, local …

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Christian teenagers accused of blasphemy, jailed in Pakistan

Pakistan (MNN) – Strict blasphemy laws continue to upend the lives of Christians in Pakistan*. Two Christian teenagers were recently arrested for blasphemy charges in the Punjab province. Sunny Mushtaq (19-years-old) and Noman Asghar (17-years-old) face blasphemy charges for receiving what were considered blasphemous sketches in the likeness of Prophet …

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Has the era for missions ended?

USA (MNN) — Is the idea of missions still relevant? We have asked this question before, but InterVarsity Christian Fellowship’s guest speaker Sarah Breuel with International Fellowship of Evangelical Students (IFES) gives a strong yes. “Jesus had no question of His identity. He knew who He was, and He knew …

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