Blog Posts by missionnn

How to get started in missions as a pilot with MAF

International (MNN) – Yesterday, we gave you a glimpse into a day in the life of a missionary pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship. Maybe God is already stirring your heart to consider serving as a pilot too. We’re sharing today with Ron Hilbrands, MAF’s mobilization manager, about how to become a missionary pilot with their…

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Update: Ahmed’s case takes a slight bad turn

Pakistan (MNN) – We’ve been following the blasphemy case of Ahmed, a strategically placed and influential co-laborer for the Gospel of Jesus Christ inside Pakistan. Recently, there were some developments in his case. New Developments FMI’s Bruce Allen shares, “I just spent a week with our brother, Ahmed, from Pakistan in a secure location. I’m…

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Gospel flourishes in unstable Somalia

Somalia (MNN) – No matter how you view it, Somalia is a difficult place to live. The CIA World Factbook says the nation scores low when it comes to governance, development, economy, equality, internal conflict, and more. One significant indicator that things in Somalia aren’t that great is the treatment of Christians. Somalia, which is…

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A day in the life of a pilot with Mission Aviation Fellowship

International (MNN) – Have you ever thought about becoming a missionary pilot? Mission Aviation Fellowship is always looking for men and women who want to serve God and the Great Commission. While there are several different roles in the ministry, pilots are a key component to what MAF does every day! Just ask Brian Marx,…

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Pakistan army brokered deal called unconstitutional

Pakistan (MNN) –  Things in Pakistan are not calming down after last month’s protests. The protests began after a wording change to a parliamentary bill, a change which many Pakistanis called blasphemous. For three weeks in November, demonstrators took to the streets and didn’t stop their demonstrations until the army, which was supposed to forcibly…

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Jerusalem controversy and the impact on Christians

Israel (MNN) – President Trump’s statement on Jerusalem last week led to an eruption of protests from Gaza to Indonesia with harsh criticism coming from Turkey and many European nations. Today, most of those protests have calmed down. David Curry, CEO of Open Doors USA explains, “Recently President Trump has announced that the US government…

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How to share Jesus with a loved one this Christmas

International (MNN) – Christmastime is often marked by gatherings of family and loved ones to celebrate the Advent season. But what if some of your family members aren’t followers of Jesus? What if you are the only believer? You want those family members to share with you in the joy of our Savior’s birth. But…

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SAT-7 Kids celebrates 10 year anniversary

Cyprus (MNN) –This week marks a big milestone for SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa. On Sunday, December 10, the ministry marked the ten-year anniversary of its channel, SAT-7 KIDS. SAT-7 KIDS Reaches Milestone SAT-7, located in Cyprus, has five different channels and broadcasts in Arabic, Farsi, and…

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Open Doors presents UN with Hope for the Middle East

Middle East (MNN) – Yesterday was Human Rights Day which has been around for nearly 70 years. It marks the day when the United Nations established the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Today, Open Doors USA is drawing attention to a specific instance where human rights need to improve. Over the last few months, the…

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Community latrines to be built in open defecating Haiti

Haiti (MNN) – Open defecation in Haiti is a major problem. The country doesn’t have a sanitary sewer system and 72 percent of the people don’t have access to any form of a sanitary waste system. Without a designated area to answer nature’s call, people will even relieve themselves in the streets. And when they…

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