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Why Your Church Will Profit from Showing, Discussing 'The Disturbances'
Why Your Church Will Profit from Showing, Discussing 'The Disturbances'

By: Robert Parham
Seven reasons your church will profit from showing our new film on how missionaries saved lives in Nigeria in 1966 during a time of tribal genocide.

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3 Ways Good Mission Funding Can Do Great Harm
3 Ways Good Mission Funding Can Do Great Harm

By: Mike Kuhn
Mission funding is a powerful force flooding the Middle East like a sudden storm in an arid desert. It changes the entire environment - sometimes doing great good, but with the potential to do great harm.

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Whatever Happened to Missions Sunday in Churches?
Whatever Happened to Missions Sunday in Churches?

By: Roger Olson
A generation ago, many churches regularly held Mission Sundays, focusing on world missions and evangelism every month or quarter. Today, such Sundays are rare. What happened?

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Forthcoming Documentary: The Disturbances
Forthcoming Documentary: The Disturbances

By: Robert Parham
EthicsDaily.com's forthcoming documentary has its final title: "The Disturbances," scheduled for release this fall. It is the untold story of Christian missionaries saving lives in Nigeria amid genocide there in 1966.

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Tweets Spread Word of Untold Story at Ethics Luncheon
Tweets Spread Word of Untold Story at Ethics Luncheon

By: Robert Parham
After a preview of EthicsDaily.com's documentary on the story of what missionaries did in Nigeria in 1966 amid several days of genocide that took 30,000 lives, the Twitter reaction was energizing.

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Ethics Luncheon Will Get Peek at Forthcoming Documentary, Recognize Baptist Leader
Ethics Luncheon Will Get Peek at Forthcoming Documentary, Recognize Baptist Leader

By: Robert Parham
Ethics luncheon attendees will get a peek at a new documentary - an untold story - about missionaries during a time of genocide in Nigeria in 1966.

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First U.S. Missionaries' Legacy Continues in Myanmar
First U.S. Missionaries' Legacy Continues in Myanmar
Two hundred years ago this month, the first foreign missionaries from the United States arrived in India. The legacy of one of those couples, Adoniram and Ann Judson, still lives on in Myanmar.
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Was Christopher Columbus on a Religious Crusade?
(RNS) Two recent books argue that explorers Christopher Columbus and Vasco da Gama were more like Christian crusaders than greedy mercenaries.
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Missionaries Grapple with Leaving Japan
(RNS) Wolfgang Langhans calls the week since the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan “the busiest and most stressful week of my life.”
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Technology Unites Missionaries, Families Around the World
(RNS) Janine Winkler loves reading books to her 2-year-old grandson Judah, but he’s usually half a world away in Nigeria.
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Swiss Urged to Continue to Allow Mormon Missionaries
WASHINGTON (RNS) Members of Congress are urging Swiss authorities to allow Mormon missionaries to continue serving beyond 2012.
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