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Economic crisis impacts generosity of Iranian church

Iran (MNN) — At the end of September, Iran’s inflation rate reached nearly 43 percent, causing the extreme devaluation of the Iranian rial. The economic woes and crippling economy are partly due to sanctions the United States placed on the country earlier this year. David* of Heart4Iran says it has thrown the …

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Brokenness, Bible translation, and prayer

International (MNN) — Approximately 1.5 billion people still don’t have a full Bible in their heart language. Some of them may know a trade language, but it’s not the same as talking to God in the language they grew up with. They don’t want to pray in the language they …

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Where are we in reaching the last unreached?

International (MNN) — At last year’s Finishing the Task conference, a historical moment took place when the remainder of the unreached people groups were adopted by missions groups committed to seeing them recieve the Gospel within the next 2 years. Fast-forward to today, and the question ‘what next’ still hangs …

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Despite violence in Iraq, believers stay in Baghdad

Iraq (MNN) — The worst violence in Iraq in two years appears to be settling down in Baghdad. More than 100 people have died and thousands are wounded, according to Reuters. Iraq’s government is trying to appease protestors unhappy with corruption and insufficient services. A worker we’ll call “Jane” serves …

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Iraq still unsafe for religious minorities’ return

Iraq (MNN) — The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom is trying to help religious minorities return home to Iraq, but returning to a post-ISIS Iraq presents an array of complications. Anne Hamming of Tent Schools International tells us that the Christian Iraqi refugees its partners serve in Jordan are …

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Is Boko Haram copying the Islamic State?

Nigeria (MNN) — Terrorist violence is reaching new heights in Nigeria. Armed militants, presumably Boko Haram, attacked a village in Chibok territory a few days ago. It’s a reminder to community members of the 2014 Chibok school girls’ abduction; 112 girls remain in terrorists’ hands today. Boko Haram also released …

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‘Soft’ coup ensues in Pakistan

Pakistan (MNN) — Pakistan’s army has engaged in a soft coup. In efforts to keep the country functioning, the Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa recently sought out economic advice in private meetings. Brother Nehemiah, ministry liaison for FMI, gives us some insight into the current situation. “They select the …

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