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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

A Precious Passing
Gentile who saved Jewish lives receives crown of righteousness  By Charles Gardner, Special to ASSIST News Service  DONCASTER, UK (ANS – September 22, 2017) – They say death is the...
Mosul: Girl hiding under her dead mother’s body rescued by Free Burma Rangers
By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service MOSUL, IRAQ (ANS - September 22, 2017) -- In the ferocious battle to re-take the second-largest city in Iraq from the clutches of...
Pakistan Christian sentenced to death for WhatsApp ‘blasphemy’, despite gaps in police case
By Dan Wooding, Founder of ASSIST News Service GUJRAT, PUNJAB PROVINCE, PAKISTAN (ANS – September 20, 2017) -- Six days after a Pakistani Christian was sentenced to death for blasphemy, the young...
Fire captain’s truck got hit by plane, then he rescued crash victims
By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service IRVINE, California (ANS - September 20, 2017) -- When a twin-engine Cessna 310 fell out of the sky near John Wayne Airport, it...
Indian missionary priest released after 18 months’ captivity
By Michael Ireland, Chief Correspondent for the ASSIST News Service (www.assistnews.net) YEMEN (ANS – Sept. 20, 2017) -- An Indian missionary priest released last week after 18 months in captivity...

Dan Wooding introduces the ASSIST News Service:

ANS Features

  • An Open Door of Opportunity
    An Open Door of Opportunity UK Christians must take back territory lost to Disney  By Charles Gardner, Special to ASSIST News Service (Writer’s Opinion) DONCASTER, UK (ANS – September 23, 2017) – A deeply disturbing report has highlighted what many have come to know, expect and even accept – that many of our children are missing out on religious education (R.E.) here in the UK. Flagging up the “state of the nation” report published by the Religious Education Council and the National Association of Teachers of RE (NATRE), the Daily Mail headline “Death knell for RE in schools” was, I think, a tad over the top.1 However, the neglect of this aspect of education is very serious and, as with so many sections of our broken society, the church is…
  • 1,200 Perish After Unprecedented Flooding in Four Asian Nations
    1,200 Perish After Unprecedented Flooding in Four Asian Nations Gospel for Asia (www.gfa.org) News Release – For Immediate Release WILLS POINT, TX (ANS – September 22, 2017) -- A month of monsoon rains is wreaking havoc in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan. It is considered the heaviest monsoon rains in years. More than 1,200 people have lost their lives so far from flooding and landslides, and the United Nations estimates that around 41 million people have been affected. Those living in regions that experience annual flooding during the season of monsoon rains are shocked at the magnitude of these floods. Mumbai, one of India’s most populous cities, received an entire month’s average rainfall in just 24 hours. One-third of Bangladesh’s landscape is reportedly submerged, and nearly 1,500,000 acres of farmland, which is a key…
  • The value of a life born out of rape
    The value of a life born out of rape By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (ANS - September 22, 2017) -- Can you name the woman nominated for an Emmy and an Academy Award whose birth resulted from a teen mom raped at knifepoint? To many, the “byproduct” of such a crime would only be worthy of abortion. But Ethel Waters was born long before abortion became legal, and her life stands as a testimony to the value God places on children born out-of-wedlock – even those conceived by rape. Her mother, Louise Anderson, was only 13 when a family acquaintance held a knife to her throat and raped her. Sadly, Ethel’s mother was ill prepared for motherhood and neglected her daughter. So Ethel went to live with her grandmother,…
  • When Dudamel’s Mozart became a bold witness for Christ
    When Dudamel’s Mozart became a bold witness for Christ By Mark Ellis, Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service HOLLYWOOD CA (ANS - September 21, 2017) -- On a balmy August evening at the Hollywood Bowl – a storied venue filled to the brim with people of many faiths and no faith – Conductor Gustavo Dudamel became an evangelist of sorts as Mozart’s Requiem turned into a megaphone for God’s truth. It was a rare family excursion to the Bowl for my family on August 24th and our first encounter with Venezuela-born Dudamel, 36, described by L.A. Times Music Critic Mark Swed as “the most accomplished musician of his generation.” We arrived early, bought picnic dinners, and happened to sit at a table with two Jewish couples that were bright and engaging, steeped in L.A. culture.…
  • Like a Shepherd's Staff, Arms of Love are Protecting Swazi Children
    Like a Shepherd's Staff, Arms of Love are Protecting Swazi Children By Steve Rees, Special to ASSIST News Service  BUNYA, SWAZILAND (ANS – September 19, 2017) -- In a class with 69 students in Bunya, Swaziland, 15-year-old Vamsile Ngwenya failed six out of 10 classes, receiving “fair” marks in only four subjects last year. Ranked 27th in her class, Vamsile (pronounced VAMseeLAY) “can do much better,” said one of her teachers at Osuthu Methodist High School. “Work harder” another instructor scribbled. The head teacher wrote the words “fail but promoted” in red ink, then signed and stamped Vamsile’s report card with the school's seal. Despite studying with her sister, who was more academically inclined in 2016, a check mark next to a “failed number of subjects” box on her progress report summed up Vamsile's scholastic performance.…
 

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