For anyone who follows the teachings of a particular religion, and is serious about adhering to its theology, it wouldn’t be a stretch to assume that person probably has a…
When I was 11, I kicked a hole in the kitchen wall. It was the last day of fifth grade, and my parents had agreed to let me celebrate with…
It’s a great thing to give to organizations who are on the front lines serving those in need. But perhaps we also need to step out among those in need ourselves, where life gets a little more messy, and a little deeper in the Kingdom.
Ryan Keating writes for Reject Apathy about being detained by police in Turkey for feeding the homeless at a train station
Tara Burke on why the quality of music doesn’t matter as much as we thought when it comes to worship.
Ruth Rutherford writes about the awkward process of finding a church—and why it’s more active than passive.
Jeff Goins writes about a black-tie event for missionaries and how it reminds him that it’s just a taste of what’s to come after.
Brooke Perry writes about her church’s relationship with a school in their city and how you don’t need to travel around the world to make an impact.
Kelsey Timmerman writes for Reject Apathy about the idea of being a global citizen on a local level, and offers a challenge to readers.
Lorena Féliz writes a column for Reject Apathy about the moment her heart was changed for her country, the Dominican Republic’s neighbor—Haiti.
Columnist Krispin Mayfield considers Christ-followers’ identity as members of the Kingdom of God in light of seeing images of war depicted in stained glass at an air force base chapel.
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.