Latin America

Unrest in Haiti

Haiti’s citizens are in a state of civil unrest as fear of current President Jovenel Moïse grows rapidly. According to public and government records, President Moïse’s last day in office

Leadership with Vision Podcast

The “Call” on your Life

“What really is a call from God?” and “How can I know if God is calling me?” Although some may disagree with the term “call”, we cannot deny that the

Europe

Who Will Go to the 7 Million of Serbia?

Serbia Maybe you have heard about Serbia, maybe you have not. Serbia has been a country for a long time. After World War 2, the Soviets took over Serbia and

Europe

Marriage On the Decline In Estonia

A recent study revealed that Estonians marry less now than they used to 20-30 years ago. In 2018, there were only 6 marriages per 1000 adults which is about half

Africa

Who Will Go To Mozambique?

Missionary Mark Coffey recently return from a survey trip to Mozambique with a young couple who are praying about going there as missionaries. From the research they have done, they

Furlough

Preparing for Furlough

Furlough is an important time in a missionary’s life. It can be viewed as an annoying hiccup in ministry and therefore ignored, but furlough can be a great thing for the

Asia

A Sea of Souls

     The one thing that impressed me the most when I first arrived in China was the masses of people. It is not like I had never been in

Latin America

Cuba’s Continuing Struggle for Clean Water

It has been said that the average American uses up to 88 gallons of water per day. Whether this water is used for showering, brushing teeth, washing clothes, dishes, or

Latin America

Guatemalan migrants killed near US-Mexico border

A Guatemalan village is still reeling from the devastating loss of 19 people. A few weeks ago, 19 burnt bodies were discovered near the northern Mexico and United States border.

Latin America

Latin America’s Year of Elections

Last week’s presidential elections in Ecuador launched a busy political year in Latin America. Chile, Haiti, Honduras, Peru, and Nicaragua are all due to hold national elections, while Argentina, El

Europe

Iceland’s Unemployment Rate Continues to Rise

The national unemployment rate of Iceland continues to rise. It is now 11.6% and trending upward. The country now has its highest number of people to ever receive benefits. One

Europe

Denmark Increases Spending on Arctic Defense

As ice in the Arctic shrinks, various countries like Russia, China, and America have begun exploring the strategic implications of the region. Greenland and the Faroe Islands are under Danish

Latin America

A True “Rags to Riches” Possibility

For anybody who’s been keeping up with international news the last few years, the Venezuelan financial crisis, which started in 2014 with the rise of a socialistic government, is perhaps

Europe

President Biden Urges Serbia to Recognize Kosovo

This past Sunday, President Biden wrote a letter to Serbia’s president Aleksandar Vucic asking him to recognize Kosovo. Kosovo is a disputed state in the Balkans that declared independence from

Preparation

How To Prepare Your Heart for the Call of God

In his excellent book, A Biblical Theology of Missions, George W. Peters says the following about preparing for the call of God: We must thus prepare our hearts for the

Latin America

Amendment Against Abortion in Honduras

“The unborn shall be considered as born for all rights accorded within the limits established by law. It is prohibited and illegal for the mother or a third party to

Europe

Russia Detains A Record 5000 People in 1 Day

According to the Human Rights Watch website, Russia set a record last weekend by detaining 5000 people in a single day! Many of these people were protesting the arrest of

Europe

YouTubers Move to Andorra For Lower Tax Rate

Andorra is a small country located in the Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain. It is the sixth-smallest nation in Europe with an area of 181 square miles and about

Europe

Portugal Moves to Legalize Euthanasia

On Friday, January 29, 2020, Portugal’s parliament voted to allow euthanasia for terminally ill patients. The lawmaker called the approval of the bill “a democratic answer to fundamentalism.” The law

Europe

Bosnia Urges EU to help with migrant crisis

Bosnia’s migrant crisis continues to increase. Many migrants have come to the country hoping for a better way of life in Europe. Bosnia and Herzegovina have reached out to European

Europe

Poland Enforces Abortion Ban

In October 2019, the constitutional court of Poland found a 1993 abortion law unconstitutional. The ruling was supported by the government of Poland which has strong ties to the Catholic

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