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A high school student witnesses the power in ministry of presence. High school senior, Valor Ahn, wanted to help people affected by COVID-19. When he saw a post on his church’s website about a volunteer opportunity, he reached out and found

Bonnie Sandford aims to make people’s days a little better by spending time with them. Bonnie Sandford’s motto has always been “work hard, play hard.” And she did get to play hard at The Salvation Army Coeur d’Alene (Idaho) Kroc Center.

 Take a quick inventory:  Do you often feel tired when you wake up in the morning? Have difficulty concentrating? Are your emotions easily affected by the actions of others? Have headaches, muscle aches, or generalized fatigue with no known medical

When schools in Long Beach, California, began to reopen for in-person learning, the move was celebrated by many. But the reopening was more of a hybrid situation—continuing online learning with only part of the day in-person.  The need for mid-day pickup

Eden Wild is a headstrong teenager with a calling. With the help of her parents, she has created a life-changing ministry that has direct ties to her own roots. Eden was adopted from Ethiopia at the age of two after

The New Republic observed in 2019 that “America seems to be in the midst of a full-blown panic attack.” And then came 2020

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 Take a quick inventory:  Do you often feel tired when you wake up in the morning? Have difficulty concentrating? Are your emotions easily affected by the actions of others? Have headaches, muscle aches, or generalized fatigue with no known medical

Eden Wild is a headstrong teenager with a calling. With the help of her parents, she has created a life-changing ministry that has direct ties to her own roots. Eden was adopted from Ethiopia at the age of two after

The New Republic observed in 2019 that “America seems to be in the midst of a full-blown panic attack.” And then came 2020

Love others. I imagine you'd be hard-pressed to find someone who'd disagree with this sentiment in theory. But what about practically speaking, when it comes down to actually loving others? We're back today with part two on loving others with Lt. Colonel

Love your neighbors. Lt. Colonel Dean Pallant says he believes this is one of the most challenging aspects of the greatest commandment. There's people we don't agree with—maybe even don't like. People who've wronged us—maybe even gotten away with it. And yet, Mark

 Listen and subscribe to the Do Gooders Podcast now. Below is a transcript of the episode, edited for readability. For more information on the people and ideas in the episode, see the links at the bottom of this post. * *

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