Creativity and trust are hallmarks of a robust effort by churches and their partners to provide vaccinations in communities of color
Four churches in New York City delivered more than 30,000 vaccinations to people in their neighborhoods by sponsoring clinics, listening to people’s concerns and sharing their stories.
Almost 30 years after beginning its ministry to those who’ve fled their home countries, a San Diego church has seen its community strengthened by shared leadership and a willingness to adapt.
Campus minister Robert Rueda inspires students with his message that their experience prepares them to be leaders. Then they get to work.
When the pandemic closed schools, an existing network of congregations and others jumped in to offer meals — and more
Churches, government agencies and nonprofits that already served struggling families responded to the pandemic by ramping up their shared mission beyond providing children with summer meals.
Even though so much seems lost, hope’s birth is possible, writes a military chaplain who served in Afghanistan.
A real estate developer who has transformed Nashville churches into boutique hotels has created the Rooms for Rooms program, which donates a portion of hotel profits to organizations working with people experiencing homelessness.
For 40 years, Good Works has served people living in poverty in southeastern Ohio with respect and dignity. In a new book, founder Keith Wasserman and ethicist Christine D. Pohl explore what makes this ministry an authentic expression of Christian life and discipleship.
How we tell our stories and how we listen to others can help us see beyond differences, according to an expert in international education and intercultural competencies.
In his contribution to a new book on evangelism with immigrant communities, the director of the Bethlehem Institute of Peace and Justice writes that Christians should look to the Holy Spirit rather than pressure or power in their witness to others.