When your school becomes your home

When your school becomes your home

A heavy spring rain falls outside Viola’s window. The children — her students — will have to stay with her for the weekend. This is not unusual. The slick mud makes it dangerous for them to make the long journey to their homes. If she’s honest, Viola knows that many...

Twenty Years Later, We Have Not Forgotten

Twenty years ago, the world watched in horror as one of the swiftest civil uprisings of our time left more than 800,000 Rwandans dead. The 1994 Rwandan genocide is now known as one of the largest preventable losses of life in recent history. Today marks the...

Where God is Moving, We Will Go

I’m on my way back home after traveling to see our programs in Nepal and India . . . what an amazing experience. God is moving in these two nations more than any other time in history. I had the privilege of seeing it firsthand . . . and being a part of building...

Seeing the Invisible . . . And Making it Visible

Imagine yourself as an 11-year-old child with three younger siblings. You’re abandoned in a railway station, surrounded by thousands of strangers. You’re alone with no one to help. Think about how hopeless and scared you would feel. These were the heartbreaking...

Lifting up India’s Lowest Caste

We made the journey from the Himalayan region of Nepal to one of the most heavily populated and poverty-stricken places in the world . . . India. For centuries, the Hindu class system has dictated that the lowest caste of society—over 25 percent of the population—live...
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