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Issue: "Ashcroft 2000?," Oct. 11, 1997

Speed The Need: An urgent needs-net for missionaries.
Address: http://netnet.net/~dhatch/speed
Special feature: In addition to subscriber-based news from the mission field, STN's Tool Box page on the web links missionaries to instant sources for practical help-ranging from poison control centers to auto mechanics-worldwide.

Not Just Bibles: A Guide to Christian Resources on the Internet.
Address: http://www.iclnet.org/pub/resources/
Special feature: Cornell University librarian Gary Bogart was one of the first to put missions on the Internet. It's still the most extensive index of mission organizations, news, and resources.

Missionnet: Begun by Chicago physician Ron Smith, this is a giant discussion group of missionary activity, as well as a connecting point to websites with helpful overseas information.
Address: http://www.missionnet.org/
Special feature: Unedited and wide-ranging posts from missionaries. Special note: Mission-net's domain name, "missionnet.org" differs only slightly from the domain name registered by the Mormon church, "Mission.net."

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Brigada: A computer and e-mail hub for missions set up by Mission Aviation Fellowship.
Address: http://www. brigada.org/
Special feature: Browsers may subscribe to topical conferences on subjects like "yemini people." Past prayer requests and mission news are well-archived.

Mission Network News: Radio shorts and brief coverage of breaking news.
Address: http://www.MNNonline.org
Special feature: A service of Cornerstone College, MNN radio programs are broadcast on many Christian radio stations.

Mindy Belz
Mindy Belz

Mindy travels to the far corners of the globe as the editor of WORLD and lives with her family in the mountains of western North Carolina. Follow Mindy on Twitter @mcbelz.

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