Month: August 2015

News: A Christian College President Falls

Video of apparent affair surfaces as Christian higher education leaders are debating sexual ethics standards. Hope was in short supply when James “Jimmy” Epting became president of North Greenville College in 1991. Enrollment at the two-year college had… Read More

Tartus caught between epicenters of terror

Bombed-out bus in Aleppo, Syria.(Photo, caption courtesy Christian Aid Mission) Syria (CAM/MNN) — As ISIS tries to wrestle control of Aleppo and Damascus out of government hands, seaside Tartus absorbs the fall-out. Christian Aid Mission reports ISIS made… Read More

Greece: international dream or dread?

(Screen capture courtesy UNHCR) Greece (MNN) — More than 6,000 refugees, mostly Syrians, crossed Greece’s border on Thursday and Friday, August 27 and 28. Ongoing violence in Iraq and Syria and “worsening conditions” for Syrian refugees in Turkey,… Read More