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Dan Wooding interviews double Oscar-winner, Al Kasha

Dan Wooding interviews double Oscar-winner, Al Kasha

Dan Wooding Morning Show Interview-Stories From Pakistan

Dan Wooding Morning Show Interview-Stories From Pakistan

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada discuss Global Access Conference

Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada discuss Global Access Conference

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on AD The Bible Continues with ANS Founder Dan Wooding

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on AD The Bible Continues with ANS Founder Dan Wooding

Dan Wooding interviews David Robinson at an NBA Chapel Service in LA

Dan Wooding interviews David Robinson at an NBA Chapel Service in LA

Dan Wooding interviews rock keyboard legend, Rick Wakeman

Dan Wooding interviews rock keyboard legend, Rick Wakeman

Glasgow-based Asian pastor seeks financial assistance to set up radio ministry
By Sheraz Khan, Special to ASSIST News Service GLASGOW, United Kingdom (ANS – June 23, 2017) -- Pastor Fredrick D’Costa, a Pakistani-British pastor of the New Mercy Asian Church Glasgow...
Eritrea arrests another 22 Christians
By Michael Ireland, Chief Correspondent for the ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net) ASMARA, ERITREA (ANS – June 22, 2017) -- World Watch Monitor (www.worldwatchmonitor.org) reports it...
“Taking Aim @ Human Trafficking” Fundraiser and Awareness Campaign Ahead of Super Bowl 52
By Michael Ireland, Chief Correspondent for the ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net) MINNEAPOLIS, MN (ANS – June 22, 2017) – In the United States, sex trafficking is the modern face...
British Christian actor, and family, credits God for surviving a devastating blast that nearly took their lives
‘It’s incredible what God has done for us and how he has provided for us after the blast,’ he says By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST News Service PORT SUNLIGHT, UK (ANS –...
Hezbollah flags fly in London during a Sunday afternoon anti-Israel march
By Michael Ireland, Chief Correspondent for the ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net) LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM (ANS – June 21, 2017) -- The annual Al Quds, anti-Israel demonstration took...

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ANS Features

  • A Toilet Gives Widow Dignity
    A Toilet Gives Widow Dignity A Gospel for Asia (www.gfa.org) News Release – For Immediate Release WILLS POINT, TX (ANS – June 22, 2017) -- Pastor Jaiwant saw the struggles Mayil went through to provide for her family. She needed help and support, but society shunned her instead. Pastor Jaiwant knew how difficult everyday life was, especially because Mayil’s family lacked a proper toilet facility. Too poor to build a toilet, they resorted to using the open tea fields where they lived, often awaking early in the morning in hopes of a little privacy. Pastor Jaiwant cared about each member of his congregation, and he wanted to help her. Meet an Impoverished Widow Mayil was a widow. Before her husband died, he loyally provided for his family by selling firewood.…
  • In Ways Unimagined, Expatriates Face Struggles to Adapt
    In Ways Unimagined, Expatriates Face Struggles to Adapt By Ralph Kurtenbach, Special to ASSIST News Service QUITO, ECUADOR (ANS – June 22, 2017) -- Arriving in Warsaw, Rita Whaley felt that she possessed excellent language fluency; her understanding of the culture seemed adequate. Yet she struggled to adjust, longing for the familiar environment she had left behind. Sadness and sentiments of loss clouded her days. Whaley’s locale, Warsaw, was not in Poland, but instead in her home state of Indiana. After 28 years in Ecuador, she returned in 2014 to live and work in the U.S. This was her homeland—at least according to her passport. It was where she had grown up, graduated from college and found a church where she was growing and learning. In the 1980s, she left for Ecuador to…
  • The Majesty of Music and Mathematics: New Mexico PBS
    The Majesty of Music and Mathematics: New Mexico PBS By Brian Nixon, Special to ASSIST News Service SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO (ANS – June 21, 2017) -- I was reminded of the importance of PBS a few weeks back when a Twitter feed stated that it was the anniversary of Fred Rogers’ eloquent defense of public television. On May 1st, 1969 Fred Rogers testified before the U.S Senate Subcommittee on Communications [1]. His testimony about the role public television has on children earned PBS $22 million dollars in federal funding, an increase from $9 million. It demonstrates that a Presbyterian minister with great love to give will go a long way. Thanks, Mr. Rogers. Like many children growing up in the 1970’s, PBS played an important role in my life. From my early childhood…
  • The Atheist and the Parrotfish
    The Atheist and the Parrotfish By Janey DeMeo, Special to ASSIST News Service (ANS Book Review) VISTA, CA (ANS – June 20 2017) -- The Atheist and the Parrotfish by Richard Barager tells a complex, but compelling story probing some hardcore human issues. Atheism, transgenderism, guilt, death, relationships… It’s all there. A cross-dresser, Ennis Willoughby, is in need of both a new kidney and a new heart. His hope of a double transplant is in the hands of his nephrology doctor, Cullen Brodie. The two organs suddenly became available through the tragic death of a woman who, coincidentally, had worked in the very medical center where Brodie works. In spite of Willoughby’s age (in his sixties), the doctor ensures that his patient is the recipient of these vital organs. Everything…
  • Residents Pledge Tobacco-Free Effort Following Health Awareness Drive
    Residents Pledge Tobacco-Free Effort Following Health Awareness Drive GFA-supported workers warn of dangers of tobacco to help demonstrate that ‘God cares for the whole person’ A GFA (www.gfa.org) News Release – For Immediate Release WILLS POINT, TX (ANS – June 20 2017) -- Residents of a community in northern India have pledged to make it tobacco-free following a health awareness drive by Gospel for Asia (GFA)-supported workers. Carrying placards and handing out advisory leaflets about the dangers of smoking, teams visited villages and neighborhoods recently as part of a World No Tobacco Day initiative spotlighting the health dangers. Commuters and residents received the literature, which included the leaflet “Do you know the disadvantage of smoking?” Around 900,000 people a year die from smoking-related causes in India. Though smoking in public has been banned…
 

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