International (MNN) — Last month, we talked about short-term missions trip opportunities in the Muslim world with Frontiers USA this year. But today, we’re giving you a closer look at what several of these trips actually will be like and why you should consider joining. Have you ever done a bungee jump before? Frontiers’ Perry … More Editorial: An up-close look at short-term missions in the Muslim world
International (MNN) –Twen Theodros has been imprisoned in Eritrea for 5,105 days. Abraham Ben Moses has been in jail for 92 days in Indonesia. Asia Bibi has been held for 3,182 days in Pakistan. These are just a few of the Christians who are currently imprisoned for their faith. And their stories echo those of … More “Tortured for Christ” tells true story of strong faith under persecution
The Giryama: milestones and goals in Bible translation By Julie Bourdon Kenya (MNN) – The importance of having Scripture in all heart languages cannot be overstated. In fact, just because someone can read the Bible in a second language does not mean they can internalize it the same way as if they had the Bible in … More The Giryama: milestones and goals in Bible translation
What’s the best way to share Christ in Iran? By Katey Hearth Iran (MNN) — Remember junior high? The social hierarchy – and your place in it – were of top priority. You would do anything to avoid being ridiculed or rejected. There is a similar mindset in Iran’s honor-shame culture. Iranian society places a lot … More What’s the best way to share Christ in Iran?
Lebanon: Prime Minister hits pause on resignation By Beth Stolicker Lebanon (MNN) – On November 4th, Lebanon’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced his resignation. At least until Lebanon’s President Michel Aoun urged Hariri to take more time for consultations before finally stepping down. Now, Hariri’s resignation is on hold. Confusion in the Middle East However, when Hariri announced … More Lebanon: Prime Minister hits pause on resignation