Who is like you, O Lord, among the gods? Who is like you, majestic in…
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Madeleine McCaleb writes about working in an orphanage for special needs children in India, and why they’re considered untouchable.
Rebecca Johnson writes about working with the homeless community on Skid Row and making connections with the children there.
Jeff Goins writes about finding out an orphanage his organization worked with is trafficking children, and the best way to respond.
Casey Hobbs writes about how an Avvett Brothers song showed him truths about his family and his Heavenly Father.
Nikole Lim of Freely in Hope writes about Eunice, a woman who was raped and impregnated, yet was able to change her circumstances and keep her child.
Tor Constantino shares 6 important questions to determine if it’s time to have children yet.
Diana Scimone, founder of The Born2Fly Project, an anti-human trafficking organization, writes for Reject Apathy about the photo that changed her life and inspired her to found Born2Fly.
Gabe Holloway shares the sorrows and hopes of his family in the wake of hearing a fatal diagnosis for their unborn daughter.
Columnist Lorae French writes about why education is such a key element to missions and how it plays a role in caring for orphans.
Columnist Jeremy Willet writes about living in Haiti after the earthquake and how to truly help Haiti recover.
Columnist Lorae French writes for Reject Apathy about working with orphans at the Sunshine Children’s Center in Ukraine, and what it has taught her.
Columnist Evan Davies writes about teaching HIV/AIDS awareness to his students in Rwanda, and how their perceptions of the disease are off.
Lorae French writes for Reject Apathy about caring for orphans in the Ukraine and the lessons she’s learned from them.
Columnist Laura Parker writes for Reject Apathy about her family’s experience living in Thailand and working for a nonprofit that rescues young girls before they enter the sex industry.
Lauren Dean writes about the assumptions people have about she and her husband’s decision to adopt overseas, especially in thinking it’s related to her husband’s disability.
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.
Richard Hillier writes a column for RELEVANT about learning to honor our parents—even when it seems like they’re trying to thwart us.
Columnist Evan Davies writes about an experience while teaching in Rwanda that helped him lose his doubts about child sponsorship.
Then people brought little children to Jesus for him to place his hands on them…
I sometimes wonder why Jesus likes kids. I’m hanging out at Borders trying to read…