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Deconstructing the common post-missions-trip phrase, “We came to serve them, but they really served us.”
Ryan Keating writes for Reject Apathy about being detained by police in Turkey for feeding the homeless at a train station
MariJean Wegert writes about sharing coffee and community with a homeless man.
Cathy Herholdt of World Concern writes about a meaningful donation they received from another nonprofit organization.
Rebecca Johnson writes about working with the homeless community on Skid Row and making connections with the children there.
Tony Chen of Movement121, a social innovation company working to fight extreme poverty, writes about misconceptions concerning the “bottom billion.”
Robb Paul writes about a man he took a photo of in India who was the epitome of strength and resilience.
Jeff Goins suggest Christmas isn’t really about getting everything you want.
Emily Cavan writes about talking to Haitian women and hearing they think there’s no hope for their country—but that it must come down to creating hope.
Jeff Goins writes for Reject Apathy about entering into community with the homeless and not turning away when it’s difficult.
Kelsey Timmerman writes for Reject Apathy about the idea of being a global citizen on a local level, and offers a challenge to readers.
Jake Harriman of Nuru International writes for Reject Apathy about how some farmers in Kenya are able to continue feeding their families even during the famine.
Lorena Féliz writes a column for Reject Apathy about the moment her heart was changed for her country, the Dominican Republic’s neighbor—Haiti.
Ambassador Tony Hall writes an op-ed for RELEVANT about the current U.S. budget crisis, particularly how Christians ought to think of a budget as a moral document.
Caleb Collier writes about how a U.S. policy called Plan Colombia is destroying not only the coca plants it’s aiming for in the country, but also the crops that make up the livelihood of Colombian farmers.
Columnist Homeless Girl writes about the misperceptions behind giving a homeless person money.
Columnist Molly Williams writes about a friend she made while staying on the streets of Atlanta for one night, and the importance of allowing the homeless to be heard and empowered.
RELEVANT talks to Christophe Lobry-Boulanger, a disaster relief expert with the American Red Cross, about the flooding and relief efforts in Pakistan.
Worship artist Jeremy Willet and James Barnett, the founder of Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself, discuss spending time with those living on the streets of D.C. as well as the importance of caring for our global neighbors.
Columnist Jeremy Willet writes about the importance of child sponsorship programs in Africa and Haiti. He will be posting updates from Haiti as part of RELEVANT and Convoy of Hope’s Haiti School Project.
Columnist Lorae French writes about her impending trip to Eastern Europe to work with orphans and widows.
Columnist Chris Foster, who lives in Cambodia with his wife, writes about how the people in his community take care of one another and don’t take things like clean water and electricity for granted.
Columnist Levi Rogers writes about the prevalence of street youth in Portland and how we are really no different from any of them.
Jarle Aarbakke Tollaksen recounts the first time he countered extreme poverty in Bolivia and how it affected his faith and how he sees the world now while working with Youth With a Mission.
Columnist Jill Hansen describes how three homeless people changed her perception of the people she meets on the street.
Columnist Evan Davies writes about an experience while teaching in Rwanda that helped him lose his doubts about child sponsorship.
Kirk Noonan of Convoy of Hope writes about how an experience of doubting a Haitian man’s ability to successfully dig a well in an arid region relates to the organization’s mission.
James Barnett, the founder of Clothe Your Neighbor as Yourself, writes about his experiences while traveling around the U.S. in his van and finding that neighbors can be further than just next-door.
Adam Bodendieck writes about his experience collecting clothes and distributing them to those living on the streets in St. Louis, Mo.
There are hundreds of homeless teens living on the streets of Los Angeles. One of the groups looking to help them are the filmmakers behind the documentary Spare Some Change.