Continuing inequities in our nation's public schools are a moral injustice that Christians are called to address, says the founder of The Expectations Project.
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An already-strong organization cultivated the practice of prophetic honesty to improve its services and help more people rise out of poverty.
For two years, a congregation and its community have labored together to build a hiking trail nearly to the top of their town’s highest peak. The project is a way of blessing their town and forging friendships, writes the church’s pastor.
Just as having a sister doesn’t mean you have a good sibling relationship, so too having a sister church does not automatically entail a good sister church relationship. A researcher shares her advice on how to be friends and partners with global congregations.
In the wake of the World Vision controversy, a young writer asks, can we set aside our principles on the issues that divide us for the sake of a principle that we share in common -- alleviating poverty?
Connecting with people and institutions outside the walls of the church isn’t a job for professional staff alone, says the author of “7 Creative Models for Community Ministry.”
In a divisive time of culture wars and hot-button social issues, CityServe Portland focuses on what people have in common, bringing them together to love and serve their city.
Donald L. McCoy and Chris Mangum became friends and founded Jobs for Life. Photos courtesy of Jobs for Life
The friendship between three men -- two African-American pastors and a white businessman -- formed the core of Jobs for Life, a Christian nonprofit that has helped more than 22,000 men and women find employment.
A decades-old soup kitchen at the Cathedral Church of Saint Paul in Boston has evolved into a homeless ministry in which men and women learn leadership by taking responsibility for helping one another.
Churches are the front line of encountering suffering in large portions of our culture and have the opportunity and responsibility to minister to people with mental illness, say two psychiatrists trained in theology.