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How to choose joy in the midst of sorrow

How to choose joy in the midst of sorrow

Editor’s Note: This is the second story about David and Carol Loveland and the impact their love for children has made around the world. Click here to read the first blog. When Carol arrived at the children’s home in India, she immediately fell in love with the area...
It wasn’t coincidence. It was God.

It wasn’t coincidence. It was God.

When David Santiago glanced at his program at the Children of the World concert, he couldn’t believe what he saw inside. Just a few months earlier, he and his wife, Ceci, had signed up for a trip to Guatemala. They had always been interested in doing a missions trip,...
The case for getting uncomfortable

The case for getting uncomfortable

As he headed to the airport, Noah Hanson gazed out his car window at the town that had become as familiar as the back of his hand — its comforts and familiarity seemed to stand in stark contrast to the unpredictable journey ahead of him. Several months prior, the...
How one 16-year-old started a movement … and you can too

How one 16-year-old started a movement … and you can too

Baylee Bennett grew up in a family of passionate humanitarians who believe in the power of hope. And at only 16 years old, that same passion became her own. In August 2016, Baylee traveled to Guatemala where she witnessed the dedication ceremonies of two deep bore...

No Gift is Too Small to Change the World

Do you ever feel like you have nothing to give? Do you fear that your gifts and talents aren’t valuable enough to make an impact? Leah* is a retired teacher from Florida, who is living proof that when you entrust your gifts and talents to God, He will use them to...
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