Meriam Ibrahim: three years later

Meriam Ibrahim: three years later PUBLISHED ON 18 JULY, 2017 BY ALEX ANHALT International (MNN) — Three years ago, Meriam Ibrahim was released from prison. Greg Musselman of Voice of the Martyrs Canada remembers the story. It started when Meriam married Daniel, a young man with dual citizenship in Sudan and the United States. The problem was that … More Meriam Ibrahim: three years later

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A farming technique changing lives in Africa

A farming technique changing lives in Africa PUBLISHED ON 19 JULY, 2017 BY JULIE BOURDON Africa (MNN) — Over the many years mankind has been farming, we’ve developed a number of technologies and practices to improve crop yield. We’ve even stepped into genetic engineering to get bigger, fuller, disease-resistant plants. But one ministry is finding that … More A farming technique changing lives in Africa

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Young Saudi student bound for WMU sentenced to beheading

Young Saudi student bound for WMU sentenced to beheading PUBLISHED ON 21 JULY, 2017 BY LYNDSEY KOH Saudi Arabia (MNN) — A Saudi Arabian young man who was accepted to be a student at Western Michigan University is now facing imminent beheading in his home country. Mujtaba al-Sweikat was arrested back in 2012 at a Saudi … More Young Saudi student bound for WMU sentenced to beheading

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