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Syria Remains Focal Point of the G20 Summit

Syria Remains Focal Point of the G20 Summit

The Group of Twenty, otherwise known as G20, is the international platform where key leaders come together on the most important economic and financial issues. Syria is the focal point of the Summit.

Syria: International Tensions near a Boiling Point

Syria: International Tensions near a Boiling Point

As the drums of war grow louder, Syrians are drawing near to Christ. The ball is now in the U.N.’s court, so to say, following Britain’s official call for military action against Syria. Western nations including the U.S., U.K., and France are pushing for a military reprimand to Syria’s use of chemical warfare against its own people.

Emergency Supplies for Flood Victims in Manila

Emergency Supplies for Flood Victims in Manila

It’s not unusual for the Philippines to be under water in August. While many countries in the West battle the “dog-days of summer,” countries in southern Asia and Oceania fight torrential rain and flooding. The Philippines are especially affected: approximately 20 tropical cyclones hit the archipelago each year.

An Eight Day Experience in a Havana Hospital

An Eight Day Experience in a Havana Hospital

About 3 am in the morning, as I was sleeping soundly in a Cuban pastor’s house, I was suddenly awakened by loud sound. My wife Jeannette was crying out “I’ve broken my leg”. Indeed she had slipped on tile floor and her left leg was at an uncommon angle.

New Global Food Security Act to bring more Food to the Hungry

New Global Food Security Act to bring more Food to the Hungry

New U.S. legislation is tackling hunger issues head-on. Brought before Congress earlier this week, the Global Food Security Act of 2013 sets forth a strategy to increase agricultural development, reduce global hunger, and improve nutrition.

India: Baptists bring Hope and Aid to Flood Victims

India: Baptists bring Hope and Aid to Flood Victims

Uttarakhand’s flooding is potentially the worst natural disaster in India since 2004. Almost a decade ago, one of the deadliest tsunamis in recent history devastated the southeast coast of India. It killed 10,273 people, and 5,832 were reported missing. In addition, 501 children were orphaned.

Philippines: Three Millionth Visitor welcomed on Ministry Ship

Philippines: Three Millionth Visitor welcomed on Ministry Ship

While Logos Hope has been traveling the world taking God’s Word into difficult areas of the world, the Operation Mobilization ship ministry celebrated a milestone. On Logos Hope’s second day in Puerto Princesa, crew and staff welcomed the three millionth visitor to the ship on Wednesday, July 3, 2013.

China staggering from Landslides and Flooding

China staggering from Landslides and Flooding

Southwestern China is staggering from ongoing landslides and intense flooding. As of Thursday, 28 were dead and 66 missing. 223,000 Chinese escaped to a temporary shelter. It started with a storm a week ago, and the beating rain isn’t supposed to stop till tomorrow, according to China Daily.

Jeremy Camp a Bold Witness in Kyrgyzstan

Jeremy Camp a Bold Witness in Kyrgyzstan

It was ironic. The very day of the arrival of Jeremy Camp and his team with Speaking Louder Ministries in Bishkek for a major public Christian event, an article was published by the Christian Broadcasting Network about “secret believers” meeting in Kyrgyzstan.