Bible Devotion

Thy Will Be Done On Earth

Wednesday, January 17, 2018 Thy Will Be Done On Earth MATTHEW 6:9-10 NKJ 9 "In this manner, therefore, pray: Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name. 10 Your kingdom come. YourRead More...
By : admin | Jan 17, 2018

God Does Not Defend Himself

Thursday, November 30, 2017 God Does Not Defend Himself A curious thing about God is that He never seems to defend Himself! This is important for us to understand as we faceRead More...
By : admin | Nov 30, 2017

Prayer Is An Exchange

Thursday, September 28, 2017 Prayer Is An Exchange ISAIAH 40:31 NKJ 31 But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, TheyRead More...
By : admin | Sep 28, 2017

God Feeds The Birds

Tuesday, September 26, 2017 God Feeds The Birds MATTHEW 6:26 LB 26 Look at the birds! They don't worry about what to eat — they don't need to sow or reap orRead More...
By : admin | Sep 26, 2017

Put On Humility

Sunday, August 20, 2017 Put On Humility 1 PETER 5:5 NKJ 5 Likewise you younger people, submit yourselves to your elders. Yes, all of you be submissive to one another, and beRead More...
By : admin | Aug 20, 2017

Proverbs 31 Ministries

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Unrealistic Expectations

Unrealistic expectations often lead to our greatest frustrations.
By : admin | Jan 17, 2018
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Because I Said So

I was a great mom before I had kids.
By : admin | Jan 16, 2018
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The Power of Thankfulness

Thankfulness can open the door to miracles.
By : admin | Jan 15, 2018
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Unqualified

Have you ever been asked to do something you felt totally unqualified to do?
By : admin | Jan 12, 2018
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Pressing Through Unanswered Prayer

A few years ago, one of my daughters was really far from God and really struggling.
By : admin | Jan 11, 2018
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Never Miss a Word

I use voice text a lot.
By : admin | Jan 10, 2018
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God of the Impossible

I wonder what might happen if we dared to ask God for the impossible more often.
By : admin | Jan 9, 2018
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The Best Surprises

The last time my grandmother came to visit she surprised each of my boys with a box of candy.
By : admin | Jan 8, 2018
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Disillusioned with Prayer

Disillusionment. Have you ever felt it?
By : admin | Jan 5, 2018
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Somebody Else’s Life

Have you ever felt like no one's life is hard like yours?
By : admin | Jan 4, 2018
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Go Where Truth Is

Facing issues that never seem to stop is tough.
By : admin | Jan 3, 2018
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Winning What Matters

Our family is crazy about sports!
By : admin | Jan 2, 2018
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Closing the Gap

Our soul was hand-designed to be richly satisfied by the Word of God.
By : admin | Jan 1, 2018
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Stronger

Have you ever felt like life was just hitting you blow after blow? Are you a little battle-worn and ready to snap under the pressure?
By : admin | Dec 29, 2017
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Deep Grief

Losing someone you love can forever redefine who you are and how you think.
By : admin | Dec 28, 2017
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A Day to Remember

Did you know that there is actually a National Hot Dog Day?
By : admin | Dec 27, 2017
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A Little Gift in the Hands of a Big God

All God wants is the little we have.
By : admin | Dec 26, 2017
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Questions That Deserve Answers

One of my boys asked me once, "Mom, why would God put that tree in the garden if He knew it might make Adam and Eve sin?"
By : admin | Dec 25, 2017
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Clarity Before Conclusions

Have you ever felt unwanted?
By : admin | Dec 22, 2017
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Membership Required

Have you ever been to one of those massive, wholesale stores?
By : admin | Dec 21, 2017
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Evidence of Life

Messes don't usually make me feel thankful.
By : admin | Dec 20, 2017
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Sweet Reminders

When fall rolls around, are you on the pumpkin spice bandwagon?
By : admin | Dec 19, 2017
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Living Life Backwards

Sometimes I slip into living life backward.
By : admin | Dec 18, 2017
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Tearing Down the Idols

One of my favorite books of the Bible is Exodus.
By : admin | Dec 15, 2017
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God Works for the Good

If you had told me that God could bring good out of my struggles with weight, I would have seriously doubted you.
By : admin | Dec 14, 2017
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Lifelong Learners

My dad has been a pastor of people and a student of God's Word for more than 40 years.
By : admin | Dec 13, 2017
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Putting God First

What are you putting first in your day?
By : admin | Dec 12, 2017
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The Mother of All Gifts

My mom absolutely loves to give gifts.
By : admin | Dec 11, 2017
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Letting Go of Unrealistic

We won't ever be able to keep up with unrealistic.
By : admin | Dec 8, 2017
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He Knows

Is there anything God doesn't know?
By : admin | Dec 7, 2017
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Let Love Lead

No one's life is burden-free.
By : admin | Dec 6, 2017
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In It to Win It

Recently our boys played the girls from school in a kickball game.
By : admin | Dec 5, 2017
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Transformation

I want God's Word to change me.
By : admin | Dec 4, 2017
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Loving Others

Can I tell you something I don't think I've ever said out loud?
By : admin | Dec 1, 2017
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Honest Questions

When I can feel an argument brewing, I have to remember my goal is to tackle the issue not the person.
By : admin | Nov 30, 2017
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Homecoming

My grandfather's church has homecoming every year.
By : admin | Nov 29, 2017
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I Lost Myself in the Process

A few weeks ago, I stumbled into a conversation that shocked me.
By : admin | Nov 28, 2017
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Lesson of Scars

Cooper, my oldest son, has a pretty gnarly scar on his shin.
By : admin | Nov 27, 2017
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The Power of Self-control

Have you ever been in conflict with someone when your blood pressure skyrockets and the worst version of you screams to come out?
By : admin | Nov 24, 2017
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Nothing in the Tank

Two of my guys run cross-country for their school.
By : admin | Nov 23, 2017
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Eating Too Much

I have to admit my biggest struggle with food is that sometimes I eat too much of it.
By : admin | Nov 22, 2017
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Run Devil Run

My boys and I love to do our own version of carpool karaoke on the way to school each morning.
By : admin | Nov 21, 2017
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What Do You Really Want?

As I read some passages from the Bible on staying calm, a question came to mind, "Lysa, what do you really want?"
By : admin | Nov 20, 2017
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Scar Tissue

Not long ago, my husband Chad had to have knee surgery.
By : admin | Nov 17, 2017
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A Little Perspective

Funny how a little perspective changes things!
By : admin | Nov 16, 2017
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An Almost Victory

In sports, it's never over until time expires.
By : admin | Nov 15, 2017
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Staying on Track

When friends ask how I've managed to eat healthy for the past few years, I say it's one good choice after another!
By : admin | Nov 14, 2017
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Running on E

Last week I realized the fuel light was on in my car.
By : admin | Nov 13, 2017
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Please Don’t Give Me a Christian Answer

You've heard them … those packaged Christian answers. The ones that tie everything up in a nice neat bow and make life a little too tidy.
By : admin | Nov 10, 2017
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A Couple Words Count

When I had three little boys 4 and under, it felt like I never had a minute to myself.
By : admin | Nov 9, 2017

Focus on the Family

Expressing Pro-Life Views in Winsome Ways (Part 2 of 2)

Scott Klusendorf offers strategies for creatively and effectively communicating with others about the humanity and God-given worth of all pre-born babies. (Part 2 of 2)
By : admin | Jan 17, 2018

Expressing Pro-Life Views in Winsome Ways (Part 1 of 2)

Scott Klusendorf offers strategies for creatively and effectively communicating with others about the humanity and God-given worth of all pre-born babies. (Part 1 of 2)
By : admin | Jan 16, 2018

Building Racial Harmony in Our Communities

Carey Casey shares an inspiring message about racial unity and Christian love, and talks about the legacy passed on to him by his father and grandfather, who overcame hardships and blessed himRead More...
By : admin | Jan 15, 2018

Disciplining Your Kids With Love and Limits

In a conversation centered on their book Put the Disciple Into Discipline, Erin MacPherson and her mother, Ellen Schuknecht, discuss the importance of parents demonstrating love in the midst of disciplining theirRead More...
By : admin | Jan 12, 2018

When God Allows Suffering (Part 2 of 2)

Author and speaker Joni Eareckson Tada, who has been a quadriplegic since age 17, candidly explores the question of why God allows pain and suffering, and encourages listeners to persevere in trustingRead More...
By : admin | Jan 11, 2018

When God Allows Suffering (Part 1 of 2)

Author and speaker Joni Eareckson Tada, who has been a quadriplegic since age 17, candidly explores the question of why God allows pain and suffering, and encourages listeners to persevere in trustingRead More...
By : admin | Jan 10, 2018

Equipping Your Kids to Handle Money (Part 2 of 2)

Popular finance expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey offers parents practical help on teaching young children how to handle money wisely, establishing a solid foundation for doing so when they become adults.Read More...
By : admin | Jan 9, 2018

Equipping Your Kids to Handle Money (Part 1 of 2)

Popular finance expert and best-selling author Dave Ramsey offers parents practical help on teaching young children how to handle money wisely, establishing a solid foundation for doing so when they become adults.Read More...
By : admin | Jan 8, 2018

Having Fun in Your Marriage

Pastor Ted Cunningham describes the symptoms of a "stuck marriage," and what couples can do to inject fun, happiness, and enjoyment back into their relationship.
By : admin | Jan 5, 2018

Connecting With Your Tech-Absorbed Kid

Youth ministry expert and author Jonathan McKee offers parents practical advice and encouragement in a discussion based on his book 52 Ways to Connect With Your Smartphone Obsessed Kid.
By : admin | Jan 4, 2018

Making a Difference for Life in 2018

March for Life President Jeanne Mancini and Focus on the Family Vice President Kelly Rosati share their passion for fighting to preserve the sanctity of human life in our culture, and informRead More...
By : admin | Jan 3, 2018

Growing Closer Through Family Devotions

NFL chaplain Jonathan Evans and his wife, Kanika, offer parents practical ideas for effectively leading family devotions.
By : admin | Jan 2, 2018

Serving God With What You Have

Lori Salierno-Maldonado shares some humorous stories from her life to illustrate that, no matter how imperfect we are, we all have something to offer God.
By : admin | Jan 1, 2018

Cherish Your Spouse, Change Your Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

Author Gary Thomas describes what it means to truly cherish your spouse, offering practical advice to help you build a more satisfying and fulfilling marriage. (Part 2 of 2)
By : admin | Dec 29, 2017

Cherish Your Spouse, Change Your Marriage (Part 1 of 2)

Author Gary Thomas describes what it means to truly cherish your spouse, offering practical advice to help you build a more satisfying and fulfilling marriage. (Part 1 of 2)
By : admin | Dec 28, 2017

Navigating Sexual Sin to Find Your Identity in Christ (Part 2 of 2)

Author Rosaria Butterfield, who found faith in Christ and left homosexuality, offers her unique insights on how Christians can more effectively reach out to the LGBT community with God's love while remainingRead More...
By : admin | Dec 27, 2017

Navigating Sexual Sin to Find Your Identity in Christ (Part 1 of 2)

Author Rosaria Butterfield, who found faith in Christ and left homosexuality, offers her unique insights on how Christians can more effectively reach out to the LGBT community with God's love while remainingRead More...
By : admin | Dec 26, 2017

Finding True Joy at Christmas

In celebration of Christmas, Phil and Kay Robertson of the hit reality TV show Duck Dynasty share heartwarming and funny holiday stories from their famous family, and their faith in Jesus whoRead More...
By : admin | Dec 25, 2017

Women Who Welcomed the Birth of Jesus

Author and speaker Liz Curtis Higgs brings a fresh perspective to the Christmas story by focusing on the faith displayed by Mary, the mother of Jesus, and Elizabeth, the mother of JohnRead More...
By : admin | Dec 22, 2017

Aspiring to be a Hero: Lessons of Great Women and Men (Part 2 of 2)

In a discussion based on his books 7 Women and 7 Men, Eric Metaxas offers an inspiring look at several key people from history, emphasizing how their faith helped them to overcomeRead More...
By : admin | Dec 21, 2017

Aspiring to be a Hero: Lessons of Great Women and Men (Part 1 of 2)

In a discussion based on his books 7 Women and 7 Men, Eric Metaxas offers an inspiring look at several key people from history, emphasizing how their faith helped them to overcomeRead More...
By : admin | Dec 20, 2017

Establishing Good Communication in Your Marriage (Part 2 of 2)

Based on his book Honey, We Need to Talk, Dr. David Clarke explains how couples can strengthen their marriage by improving their communication skills. Discussion topics include typical communication styles of menRead More...
By : admin | Dec 19, 2017

Finding God’s Goodness Even in Suffering (Part 2 of 2)

Pastor Peter Chin and his wife, Carol, talk about the struggles they experienced while planting an inner-city church, including a miscarriage, cancer diagnosis and home break-in. They discuss their fears, disappointment withRead More...
By : admin | Nov 30, 2017

Finding God’s Goodness Even in Suffering (Part 1 of 2)

Pastor Peter Chin and his wife, Carol, talk about the struggles they experienced while planting an inner-city church, including a miscarriage, cancer diagnosis and home break-in. They discuss their fears, disappointment withRead More...
By : admin | Nov 29, 2017

Understanding Your Spouse’s Emotions (Part 2 of 2)

Drs. David and Jan Stoop discuss the concept of emotional intelligence – the ability to understand your emotions, as well as your spouse's. The Stoops explain how bettering that understanding can helpRead More...
By : admin | Nov 28, 2017

Understanding Your Spouse’s Emotions (Part 1 of 2)

Drs. David and Jan Stoop discuss the concept of emotional intelligence – the ability to understand your emotions, as well as your spouse's. The Stoops explain how bettering that understanding can helpRead More...
By : admin | Nov 27, 2017

Teaching Kids About Christmas

Veggie Tales and What's in the Bible? creator Phil Vischer explains how parents can help children understand and celebrate the true meaning behind Christmas.
By : admin | Nov 24, 2017

Celebrating God’s Blessings on Thanksgiving

In celebration of Thanksgiving, we present portions of previous interviews with broadcast guests who talked about the importance of being thankful in all circumstances, good and bad, and how parents can teachRead More...
By : admin | Nov 23, 2017

Living in Peace With People Who Drive You Crazy

Dr. Mike Bechtle explains how we can stop allowing difficult people to control our emotions, and how we can set healthy boundaries and extend the love of God to them.
By : admin | Nov 22, 2017

Hidden Gems

In celebration of Adventures in Odyssey's 30th birthday, we present this Adventures in Odyssey drama in which Whit teaches Olivia why it's important to read the Bible every day, and how thisRead More...
By : admin | Nov 21, 2017

Understanding Attachment Challenges in Adoptive Families

Author Shannon Guerra offers help to parents struggling to cultivate a bond with their adopted children. She also suggests ways we can support adoptive families.
By : admin | Nov 20, 2017

Building Up Your Husband

Author Erin Smalley and Focus broadcast producer Eva Daniel describe how a wife can build up her husband and strengthen her marriage in a discussion based on Erin's book 10 Things aRead More...
By : admin | Nov 17, 2017

How to Stop the Past From Controlling Your Future (Part 2 of 2)

In a discussion based on their book Take Your Life Back, Steve Arterburn and Dr. David Stoop describe how past emotional and psychological wounds negatively impact your life and relationships, and howRead More...
By : admin | Nov 16, 2017

How to Stop the Past From Controlling Your Future (Part 1 of 2)

In a discussion based on their book Take Your Life Back, Steve Arterburn and Dr. David Stoop describe how past emotional and psychological wounds negatively impact your life and relationships, and howRead More...
By : admin | Nov 15, 2017

Raising Kids of Character (Part 2 of 2)

Parents often don't have a plan for addressing and correcting their children's undesirable behavior. Dr. Todd Cartmell discusses practical tools parents can use and outlines a three-step process that can help transformRead More...
By : admin | Nov 14, 2017

Raising Kids of Character (Part 1 of 2)

Parents often don't have a plan for addressing and correcting their children's undesirable behavior. Dr. Todd Cartmell discusses practical tools parents can use and outlines a three-step process that can help transformRead More...
By : admin | Nov 13, 2017

Serving My Country, Loving My Neighbor

Pastor John Murphy, a U.S. Army veteran, discusses the struggles he experienced after being severely injured as an infantryman and medically discharged from the military. He describes how God changed his heartRead More...
By : admin | Nov 10, 2017

The Value of Mentoring Fatherless Boys

John Smithbaker and Scott MacNaughton discuss the damaging impact of fatherlessness in America and how their mentoring ministry, Fathers in the Field, helps fatherless boys experience the love and faithfulness of theirRead More...
By : admin | Nov 9, 2017

Returning to a Godly Perspective on Sex and Romance (Part 2 of 2)

Author Levi Lusko explores the challenges Christian families face in today's hyper-sexualized culture in which digital technology has made it easier than ever for young people to "hook up" and trade theirRead More...
By : admin | Nov 8, 2017

Returning to a Godly Perspective on Sex and Romance (Part 1 of 2)

Author Levi Lusko explores the challenges Christian families face in today's hyper-sexualized culture in which digital technology has made it easier than ever for young people to "hook up" and trade theirRead More...
By : admin | Nov 7, 2017

Standing Up for Our Religious Freedoms

Jim Daly and John Fuller discuss current events related to religious freedoms in the United States. Joining the discussion are football coach Joe Kennedy and his lawyer, Kelly Shackelford, who are wagingRead More...
By : admin | Nov 6, 2017

Praying for Persecuted Christians in the Middle East

Tom Doyle and his wife, JoAnn, tell inspiring stories of bold Christians in the Middle East who have been courageously sharing their faith despite the constant risk of persecution and death. OurRead More...
By : admin | Nov 3, 2017

Letting Go of “Perfect”

In a message based on her book No More Perfect Moms: Learn to Love Your Real Life, Jill Savage encourages moms to find relief from performance anxiety by allowing themselves, and theirRead More...
By : admin | Nov 2, 2017

Understanding the Impact of Adoption on the World

In a follow-up to our broadcast "Changing the World Through Adoption," Focus on the Family Vice President Paul Batura returns to share more inspiring examples of how people raised by loving, adoptiveRead More...
By : admin | Nov 1, 2017

Enjoying Physical Intimacy as a Woman (Part 1 of 2)

In a discussion based on their book Enjoy: The Gift of Sexual Pleasure for Women, sex therapists Dr. Cliff and Mrs. Joyce Penner discuss God’s design for sex, how women can increaseRead More...
By : admin | Sep 28, 2017

Heeding God’s Call in Faith

Dickson Mully's family was living in an African desert, with hundreds of children to feed, and no clean water. On today's broadcast, he tells his inspiring story of miraculously discovering water someRead More...
By : admin | Sep 27, 2017

Managing Marriage Conflicts in Healthy Ways

Dr. Greg and Mrs. Erin Smalley explain how conflict, if handled well, can actually strengthen a marriage, and offer practical advice for navigating disagreements, so that they lead to relational intimacy, ratherRead More...
By : admin | Sep 26, 2017

Making the Most of Teachable Moments

Author Kara Durbin describes how parents can take advantage of ordinary, everyday situations to instill biblical values and character in their children.
By : admin | Sep 25, 2017

Understanding Teen Depression and Suicide (Part 2 of 2)

Best-selling author Dr. Gregory Jantz offers practical advice for helping parents whose teens may be dealing with depression. (Part 2 of 2)
By : admin | Sep 22, 2017

Understanding Teen Depression and Suicide (Part 1 of 2)

Best-selling author Dr. Gregory Jantz offers practical advice for helping parents whose teens may be dealing with depression. (Part 1 of 2)
By : admin | Sep 21, 2017

Mission Network News

Christian persecution on the rise reveals 2018 World Watch List

International (MNN) – There are more than 215 million persecuted Christians worldwide, according to the 2018 “World Watch List.” This is Open Doors USA’s annual ranking of the 50 worst countries forRead More...
By : admin | Jan 17, 2018

To the ends of the earth

International (MNN) — Moments before his ascension, Jesus gave one last command to the disciples gathered around him. “You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, andRead More...
By : admin | Jan 17, 2018

SignAll removes communication barriers

USA (MNN) — Convertible laptops and “smart home” devices topped Forbes’ recent 2018 tech trends list. Robots, health sensors, and smart cars followed close behind. Last week’s CES conference in Las VegasRead More...
By : admin | Jan 17, 2018

Ceasefire extended in Sudan; Christian persecution continues

Sudan (MNN) – Last October, the United States lifted sanctions on Sudan with the expectation that there would be more efforts in counterterrorism and against internal conflict. More recently, the Sudanese governmentRead More...
By : admin | Jan 16, 2018

Ambition Conference prompts students and staff to action

USA (MNN) – Over the weekend InterVarsity Christian Fellowship held its 3rd Ambition conference in Anaheim, California. InterVarsity had 700 students and 300 staff who attended the conference, which lasted from JanuaryRead More...
By : admin | Jan 16, 2018

Lebanese Church partnering to reach refugees

Lebanon (MNN) – In communities around the world, the local Church is on the move. God is working through His people to spread the truth of the Gospel and His Church isRead More...
By : admin | Jan 16, 2018

Brunson marks second Christmas in Prison

Turkey (MNN) – Andrew Brunson, a Christian pastor who had been living and serving in Turkey, recently spent his second Christmas and birthday imprisoned in the country. Brunson was imprisoned October 7,Read More...
By : admin | Jan 15, 2018

Keys for Kids expands content into Spanish

International (MNN) – “Jesús te ama.” That’s Spanish for “Jesus Loves you.” And it’s this message that Keys for Kids Ministries is hoping to spread among Spanish-speaking populations as their ministry branchesRead More...
By : admin | Jan 15, 2018

Coptic Christians in Egypt suffering “unprecedented levels of persecution”

Egypt (MNN) — We have known that Christian persecution in Egypt is getting worse. But Open Doors’ 2018 World Watch List confirmed this when it was released last week. The World WatchRead More...
By : admin | Jan 15, 2018

Iranian government blocks media apps, cuts SAT-7 off from communication with viewers

Iran (MNN) – Protests which began on December 28 have since subsided in Iran. These protests, the largest the country has experienced in decades, began as a shout against economic struggles andRead More...
By : admin | Jan 12, 2018

TPS ending for Salvadorans; families at risk

United States (MNN) – With all of the disasters and tragedies we hear about today, it’s no wonder why compassion fatigue happens. Nobody can possibly devote all their time and resources toRead More...
By : admin | Jan 12, 2018

In light of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, ministry enacting holistic change

International (MNN) — January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. There are an estimated 24.9 million victims trapped in modern-day slavery, either through forced labor or the sex trade. That’s equivalent to justRead More...
By : admin | Jan 12, 2018

2018 Open Doors World Watch List reveals disturbing trends

International (MNN) – We know that Christian persecution is a big problem around the globe. But just how big of a problem is it? Every year, Open Doors develops a list thatRead More...
By : admin | Jan 11, 2018

Pakistani blasphemy case takes twist: has an under the table verdict been made?

Pakistan (MNN) – New developments have occurred in Ahmed’s blasphemy case, a strategically placed co-laborer for the Gospel in Pakistan. Now that his case is being heard by a new judge withRead More...
By : admin | Jan 11, 2018

Ministry seeking to break prison cycle for Sierra Leone street orphans

Sierra Leone (MNN) — Sierra Leone has been plagued by AIDS, Ebola, a civil war, and last year, massive mudslides and flooding. These disasters left hundreds of thousands of children orphaned. ManyRead More...
By : admin | Jan 11, 2018

Pakistan ranks high on 2018 watch lists for religious persecution

Pakistan (MNN) – Pakistan has landed itself on two lists for severe religious freedom violations. The first? The U.S. State Department’s special watch list. Special Watch List Being placed on the specialRead More...
By : admin | Jan 10, 2018

Tackling injustice with transformational education

International (MNN) – Transformational education is not an everyday concept, but TeachBeyond is trying to change that. Around the world, the fallout from systemic abuse is causing people to ask questions andRead More...
By : admin | Jan 10, 2018

Esther Initiative trains 6,000 women in 2017 to be spiritual influencers

International (MNN) — Global Advance is known for training church planters and marketplace leaders to advance the Gospel. But one of their other ministries, Esther Initiative, focuses on equipping a particular groupRead More...
By : admin | Jan 10, 2018

PTSD: A refugee child’s learning block

International (MNN) – The year of 2018 is set to be one of growth for Tent Schools International, which is expecting to expand some of its programs. Hope for Growth Tent SchoolsRead More...
By : admin | Jan 9, 2018

US State Department designates Countries of Particular Concern and new Special Watch List

International (MNN) — Last week, the US State Department released this year’s list designating “Countries of Particular Concern” (CPCs) for religious freedom violations. The ten countries named as CPCs are Burma, China,Read More...
By : admin | Jan 9, 2018

China: An unexpected meeting encourages believers

China (MNN) – A new year means new opportunities to spread God’s word. Ministries begin to revamp their efforts and create new partnerships. Wendell Rovenstine, president of Bibles for China, explained thatRead More...
By : admin | Jan 9, 2018

Fulani Herdsmen violence surged at year end

Nigeria (MNN)—Usually when people talk about extremist activity in Nigeria, they mention Boko Haram. And because most people hadn’t heard about the group before the Chibok schoolgirl incident in 2014, they mightRead More...
By : admin | Jan 8, 2018

Diplomatic tensions diffused between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia

Lebanon (MNN) — Diplomatic tensions between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia dragged out in a bizarre series of events over the last few months. It began when Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced hisRead More...
By : admin | Jan 8, 2018

SAT-7 among first to enter Syria in new documentary

Syria (MNN) – During March 2011, Syria erupted into a civil war still being fought today. In the past seven years, thousands of Syrians have fled their homeland, searching for safety fromRead More...
By : admin | Jan 8, 2018

Iran: SAT-7 answers believer’s “Forbidden Questions”

Iran (MNN) – SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa, is answering believers’ questions in Iran through its new programming on SAT-7 PARS, Forbidden Questions. AskingRead More...
By : admin | Jan 5, 2018

Orality methods effective in discipleship and creating community

International (MNN) – When the first Christians spread out through the Middle East, Africa, and Asia with the Good News of Jesus, they didn’t have a Bible. The message of hope theyRead More...
By : admin | Jan 5, 2018

Evangelicals in liberated Iraqi city celebrating Christmas for the first time

Iraq (MNN) — Some cities in Iraq such as Qaraqosh have been historically Christian for centuries. There are even Christian families with lineages that stretch back nearly to the time of theRead More...
By : admin | Jan 5, 2018

Egypt: state of emergency extended as extremist activity continues

Egypt (MNN) – Egypt has once more extended the state of emergency for three months due to the ongoing terrorist activity. Miles Windsor of Middle East Concern filled us in on theRead More...
By : admin | Jan 4, 2018

Evangelism coaching features 100 percent success rate

USA (MNN) – Wouldn’t it be nice if there was an evangelism method which helped every person share the Gospel effectively? Well, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship has one. Zero Conversion Coaching Some yearsRead More...
By : admin | Jan 4, 2018

After fire devastated Trans World Radio’s US headquarters, restoration is underway

USA (MNN) — Early in the morning on December 22nd, a fire broke out at Trans World Radio’s US office in Cary, North Carolina. The Cary Fire Department responded within five minutes,Read More...
By : admin | Jan 4, 2018

Protests in Iran and the Church’s call for prayer

Iran (MNN) – While much of the world was anticipating the possibilities of the new year, Iranians were busy calling upon their government for change in widespread protests that continue today. *PeterRead More...
By : admin | Jan 3, 2018

ISIS: a threat from the past, present, future

International (MNN) – In December 2017 the United States Pentagon reported that 97 percent of ISIS-held territory in Syria and Iraq had been liberated. While some assume this means that our worriesRead More...
By : admin | Jan 3, 2018

2018: The year for daily Bible readings

International (MNN) – It’s a new year which means many of us are committing to new Bible reading plans. But, why is daily Bible reading important? Biblica’s Chief Ministry Officer Stephen CaveRead More...
By : admin | Jan 3, 2018

Worldwide efforts to make orphanages a thing of the past

International (MNN) — Not many organizations want to put themselves out of a job, but that’s exactly what Bethany Christian Services is trying to do. According to Bethany’s Kristi Gleason, a perfectRead More...
By : admin | Jan 2, 2018

Training leaders to reach the unreached

International (MNN) — What if 2018 could be the year we reach zero? According to executive director David Pope, that’s the goal of the Issachar Initiative. So, what does he mean byRead More...
By : admin | Jan 2, 2018

Ministry spotlighting the suffering of the persecuted Church’s youngest generation

International (MNN) – Christians in certain parts of the world are enduring severe persecution. They’re oppressed, displaced, and even killed because they follow Jesus. Most recently, two gunmen stormed a church justRead More...
By : admin | Jan 2, 2018

India and Nepal: anti-conversion laws bring new ministry opportunities

India (MNN) – As more Indian states adopt policies that criminalize religious conversion, the question looms, “Is the window closing for those who share the Gospel?” John Pudaite, president of Bibles forRead More...
By : admin | Jan 1, 2018

Orphan’s Heart 2018 short-term mission trip opportunities

International (MNN) – It’s hard to believe it’s 2018, but Orphan’s Heart International has been eagerly anticipating the opportunities this year will bring in ministry. Deanna Berkes of Orphan’s Heart previewed aRead More...
By : admin | Jan 1, 2018

A church for every child: fun, games, and the hope of the Gospel

India (MNN) – A little fun, a few games, and the hope of the Gospel are at the heart of ZimZam Global, a ministry expanding into northeast India. Along with Mission NetworkRead More...
By : admin | Jan 1, 2018

Education is crucial and scarce for refugee kids

International (MNN) – In 2017, children have been increasingly used as weapons of war. According to The Guardian, kids have been forced into being suicide bombers, they’ve been used as human shields,Read More...
By : admin | Dec 29, 2017

Mission Network News, OneWay Ministries reflects: God reigns!

United States (MNN) – As the year finishes out, ministries are looking back in awe at all God has accomplished. The staff at Mission Network News has the unique perspective to seeRead More...
By : admin | Dec 29, 2017

TWR teams with Cru to take JESUS audio drama global

International (MNN/TWR) – TWR and Jesus Film Project, a ministry of Cru, are collaborating this Christmas to give billions of people the opportunity to hear an audio version of one of theRead More...
By : admin | Dec 29, 2017

In Ethiopia and Horn of Africa, Scripture distribution is made possible

Africa (MNN) – There are a number of challenges facing Africa that have been ongoing for a long, long time—famine, war, unstable governments, terrorism. But in the Horn of Africa and Ethiopia,Read More...
By : admin | Dec 28, 2017

Four Iranian men arrested at house church gathering

Iran (MNN) – On December 12th, authorities in Karaj, Iran disrupted a house church gathering and detained Amin Khaki, Milad Goudarzi, Shahab Shahi, and Alireza Nourmohamadi. Since the arrest, the whereabouts ofRead More...
By : admin | Dec 28, 2017

Missions opportunities for 2018

International (MNN) — Starting to work on New Year resolutions for 2018? Add missions to your list. Ken Ivins of AMG International says there are plenty of short-term trips you could beRead More...
By : admin | Dec 28, 2017

A closing look at 2017 from OneWay Ministries

International (MNN) — In the course of a year, there is so much that goes on under the sun. As 2017 draws to a close, we invite you to stop for aRead More...
By : admin | Dec 28, 2017

The Goods News for Iranians, near and far

Iran (MNN) – The largest group of Christians in Iran today have converted from another religion. In fact, Iran is the fastest growing church in the world, by some counts. That saysRead More...
By : admin | Dec 27, 2017

SAT-7’s viewership nearly doubles in Iran

Iran (MNN) – Unbiased viewership data is important. That is why SAT-7, a Christian satellite television ministry to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), uses outside survey groups to collect it.Read More...
By : admin | Dec 27, 2017

Matching grant allows Bible Clubs to reach Indian kids in critical life window

India (MNN) – Christmas may be over, but it’s not too late to give a year-end gift that will forever change someone’s life. Erik Morsehead with Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Mission India shares,Read More...
By : admin | Dec 27, 2017

Study shows refugees have wealth of education and job skills

Middle East (MNN) – The refugee crisis has been so discussed, so dissected, and so politicized that the real subject behind the issue is often forgotten. More specifically, we have forgotten thatRead More...
By : admin | Dec 26, 2017