No Skill Required

There are many people who are considered to be on the “front lines” of ministry that work with people who are in desperate need: helping refugees, feeding and clothing the homeless, providing for immigrants, caring for orphans, freeing slaves. These are amazing people who are giving and sacrificing their lives to live in very hard … Continue reading No Skill Required

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Hope and the Migrant Caravan

They traveled thousands of miles.  They left home and family. They risked their lives. Why?  Hope. Hope for a better life. Hope for a life without fear of violence. Hope for safety for their children.  Hope. The hope that many of these migrants have in a better life, a safer life, drove them to risk … Continue reading Hope and the Migrant Caravan

Migrant Caravan from Honduras – “When Home is a Shark.”

“No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark.” - A poem by Warsan Shire entitled “Home” I wonder, what would it take for you to pack up your belongings and flee your home for another country? How much violence are you willing to endure? How much hardship and poverty would it … Continue reading Migrant Caravan from Honduras – “When Home is a Shark.”

Too Afraid To Ask: What our current culture is doing to those who have questions.

They sit in the seats at church next to us. They go to the Bible studies we attend. They attend school. They are our neighbors, friends, and relatives. They could be the person sitting next to you as you read this. They are people who have questions and doubts about what they are hearing in … Continue reading Too Afraid To Ask: What our current culture is doing to those who have questions.