To Be Heard

Finding a voice for exploited domestic workers in Jordan by Lizzy Sullivan, correspondent Legally, foreigners of any nationality are under the protection of the law in Jordan, and have the right to be heard. In practice,

Abuse of Power

South Korea calls for President to resign by Adam Helfer, correspondent “Park Geun-hye out” and “Treason by a secret government,” are only some of the insistent chants that were heard the morning of Nov. 5 in

Death of a Monarch

Thailand loses its father by Jonathan Sumettikul, world editor   The royal family knew it, we knew it and I knew it. Eventually the day would come when my country would face its greatest loss in decades. I

Aftermath of the Storm

by Megan Wohlers, correspondent On Tuesday, Oct. 4, Category 4 Hurricane Matthew swept through Haiti. According to native Haitian Luckson Capricien, a junior church planting major, “It is one of the strongest storms that has

Hope for Lebanon

Ministry perseveres in bringing the gospel to Muslims all over the world by Grace Petit, correspondent In the midst of both recent and ongoing strife, many regions in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe are

No More Refugees

by Gabor Kukucska, business manager “Thirteen years ago Hungary joined the European Union, and now after 13 years, Hungary made herself heard.” These were the words with which Prime Minister Viktor Orban opened his speech on

No Aid for Syria

Violence in Syria continues without end in sight by Grace Petit, correspondent The violence in Syria first erupted in March, 2011, when 15 children were arrested and tortured for writing anti-government graffiti. Since then, national leaders

Field Notes from a Coup

Moody student recounts his experience in Turkey during coup attempt by David Dye, correspondent   After four weeks in Turkey, and with two weeks left of my internship teaching English as a second language, it was a

MBI Helps with Flooding Relief

By Samantha Welsh, correspondent   Moody alumna Olivia Ginwiddie, along with thousands of others in Louisiana, has been forced to abandon her home due to mass flooding that the Red Cross is calling “the worst US

Welcoming the Chinese foreigner

Hong Kong pastor urges church to look past Beijing politics by Jonathan Hull art director Amidst continual tension between China and Hong Kong, a Canadian missionary emphasizes the need for a kingdom mindset among Christian Hong

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