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Domestic dissatisfaction drives Russians to Christianity

Russia (MNN) — As Russia expands its reach into former Soviet territories, many citizens want to know more about Jesus. Russian President Vladimir Putin just agreed to finance military upgrades in Abkhazia, a region previously controlled by Georgia, Reuters reports. According to this 2017 chart, Russia maintains an active military …

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Scriptural literacy in the Bible and now

Jordan (MNN) – If Scripture shows the heart of God, how can we know him without understanding it? Scriptural illiteracy is not a modern phenomenon and neither is the damage it does. The Story of Jephthah The Old Testament tells the story of Jephthah, a military leader and judge whose …

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Is Nigeria the next Iraq?

Nigeria (MNN) — The Nigerian Army says Boko Haram terrorists are “on the run,” but is it the truth or a public relations stunt? Islamic State and Boko Haram militants are gaining control in northern Nigeria, warns Reuters. At the same time, Nigerian media claim military tactics are working. The …

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Beyond language and ethnicity in the Great Commission

International (MNN) — Yesterday, our article with World Mission looked at how reaching unreached people groups with the Gospel and making disciples go hand-in-hand. A lot of missions groups today define unreached people groups based on language and ethnicity. However, York Aspacher with Operation Mobilization, a member of the Alliance …

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Secondary School vital for breaking extremism cycle

Jordan (MNN) – Tent Schools International is in the middle of its giving campaign. During this year’s campaign, the ministry wants to focus on raising funds for a secondary school for displaced Iraqi youth in Jordan. Displaced Iraqi Youth in Jordan Tent Schools is partnering with the Good Shepherd Center …

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Compassion helps families amid Colombia and Venezuela tensions

Colombia (MNN) — Tensions continue in South America. Large-scale military exercises and a regional defense pact see rumors of war circling Colombia and Venezuela. On Monday, reports the Associated Press, the U.S. and its regional allies will meet to discuss further sanctions on Venezuela. Compassion International partners with churches in …

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Greece may not want refugees, but God does

Greece (MNN) — A new UN report says the number of refugees arriving in Europe is down 30-percent overall. It’s a different story in Greece; arrivals here are up nearly 50-percent compared to this time last year. AMG International President Tasos Ioannidis just returned from Athens. “There seems to be …

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