#BestoftheBestFridays: Animated videos for Muslims; Gospel movies in 23 languages

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Perhaps you’ve read the recent headlines of a young woman who moved to Uganda at 19–but is now under investigation regarding a number of children who lost their lives in her clinic, considering she was not a medical professional.

A Live Overseas wrestles with a handful of the questions we’re all wondering in their excellent post, How Equipped is Equipped Enough?

They’ve also released these posts that just might hit the spot for you right now.:


Once when the police in Africa pulled us over, my three-year-old offered him a stick of gum. The guy took it and waved us on with a broad grin.

I was caught somewhere between being aghast and relieved. Did my preschooler just bribe the police?

It’s nearly inevitable you’ll face the bribery issue. MissionaryCare.com has just released a FREE 225-ebook to help you (or your organization, who may have a policy) sort through the issues. Maybe you’ll grab it now and pull it out when you’re stewing over it later. (Source: Brigada.org)

9 Things to Know about Global Poverty

The Gospel Coalition’s Joe Carter weighs in.

8 Animated Videos to Watch with Muslims

Check out Journey to Truth, with 8 animated videos to address some of Muslims’ most pressing questions about Isa al-Masih (Jesus the Messiah). It’s available in 12 languages!

Also–wanting to understand the differences between Muslim sects? Brigada.org has rounded up Prayercast’s concise video explanations.

The Lumo Project: Filming the 4 Gospels

You heard it: Catch the moving, visual accounts of the 4 Gospels on the YouVersion Bible App.

They’ve got the following 23 languages as videos: Afrikaans, Arabic, Cantonese, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Thai, Turkish, and Vietnamese. (Source: Brigada.org)

Could streaming keep you from assimilating?

Christianity Today examines an interesting question. Could Netflix keep you from adapting to your host country?

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