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PTEE provides strategic education for Arab church leaders

Jordan (MNN) – Program for Theological Education by Extension (PTEE) provides vital education for Arab church leaders across the globe. Since PTEE is structured for remote learning, students never have to leave their communities to receive their degree. It also allows them to apply their new knowledge while leading their …

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Turkey turns on its own; churches face mounting pressure

Turkey (MNN) — “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” The saying is especially true in Turkey. Authorities are deporting foreign church leaders and blocking believers’ attempts to choose their own leadership, International Christian Concern reports. It’s the latest in President Erdogan’s attempts to “snuff out” Turkey’s religious minorities. “There is …

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Church closures accelerating in Algeria

Algeria (MNN) – Christians in Algeria don’t quite know what to expect from week to week when it comes to their churches. (Image courtesy Middle East Concern) Middle East Concern notes that the government seems to be on a campaign to systematically close the doors of the remaining Christian institutions …

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Ahmed relocated after blasphemy charge acquittal

USA (MNN) — For years Mission Network News has covered blasphemy charges, the need for religious freedom, and how blasphemy charges can undo a life. But, one of the most memorable stories has been the journey of Ahmed, a believer living in Pakistan. Bruce Allen, with FMI, provides a recap. …

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Poverty proves an obstacle to recovery efforts in Haiti

Haiti (MNN) – Haiti is in trouble. Between back-to-back natural disasters, a regular revolving door in government, a failing economy,and frequent unrest, recovery seems a long way off. The European Union just released over nine million Euro in humanitarian aidbecause the food security situation perches at the edge of crisis. According to …

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New hope rises from Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley

Lebanon (MNN) — Lebanon may be short on money, but it’s full of problems. An estimated 900,000 to 1.5 million Syrian refugees strain resources and infrastructure. Forced deportations, ongoing since April, send refugees back to Syria whether they want to leave or not. Political leaders blame the refugees for many …

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