Stranded church groups return home from Haiti

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 7/12/18, 12:27 pm

A number of U.S. church mission groups stranded in Haiti amid violent protests have returned home as the capital city slowly returns to normalcy. Riots broke out over the weekend in Port-au-Prince as the government proposed increasing gas prices by as much as 51 percent. Haitian authorities later retracted the plan, but the unrest continued.

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Sophia Lee

Broken English for broken families

Refugees | Pastor finds Christ’s power in his weakness
by Sophia Lee
Posted 6/26/18, 10:37 am

I have met many missionaries in my lifetime, and I don’t think I’ve ever met a single shy missionary. 

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A busy fortnight

News | Alfie, Brokaw, California, Patterson, Wolf
by Marvin Olasky
Posted 5/07/18, 02:06 pm

An alphabet soup of provocative news filled the last two weeks:

A is for Alfie Evans, who died at April’s end, 11 days short of his second birthday. Maybe he would have died then anyway had Britain’s High Court of Justice allowed his parents to move Alfie to the hospital in Rome that was eager to accept him, but we’ll never know. Thirty British police officers guarded Alfie to keep his supporters from rescuing him. How odd for a hospital to treat a toddler like a roach: He can check in but he can’t check out.

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