5 ways hope changes us

5 ways hope changes us

Hope is a word we use almost every day. We hope for big things, for small things, for the everyday things … our lives are saturated with the hope of certain outcomes. In modern terms, hope has come to mean little more than a faint wish — a dream with no real certainty...

The World Goes Silent and Refugees Fight to Survive

Although the heartbreaking stories of Iraqi refugees are making fewer headlines around the world, reports of ISIS-led attacks on innocent men, women, and children are far from slowing down. Hundreds of thousands of displaced people continue to live a nightmare. Sadly,...

Eternal Hope Reaches Refugees in Berea: 2,000 Years Later

Almost 2,000 years ago, Paul, Silas, and Timothy traveled to the Greek city of Berea to share the life-changing message of the Gospel. Though only a small community tucked away in the mountainside, the apostles considered these men, women, and children worthy of their...

Nepal: Assessing Needs on the Ground

Four days after a massive 7.8 earthquake devastated central Nepal, our international development team is on the ground evaluating needs and distributing aid to those desperate for help. Here’s a small glimpse of what they saw today. All throughout Kathmandu, people...

Nearly 70,000 Slaughtered in Syria

Recently, I made an emergency trip to the Syrian border—what I saw was unforgettable. And now, I’m pleading for your help. After nearly two years of civil war and the senseless slaughter of almost 70,000 innocent civilians, the nation of Syria is collapsing . ....
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