Vol 22 No 03

From all angles

“If you want to be effective at changing someone’s life, you’ll have to partner.” - Adrian Tirtanadi, Bayview Hunters Point Community Legal Executive Director a...

A daycare and a warzone

The Salvation Army works in one of Costa Rica’s roughest neighborhoods to propel its youth up and out. A half dozen children laugh and chase one another arou...

The way we eat

Over and over, the American palate has undergone major transformations. That’s because what we put in our mouths is directly related to how new immigrants help ...

Beyond the call

Frank Massolini advocates for trafficking victims as a warrior against exploitation through The Salvation Army. Frank Massolini, founder of PROMISE (Partner...

What is good?

He has shown you, O man, what is good… (Micah 6:8a). Mankind pursues “the good life,” always trying to figure out, what it’s all about: how to recognize its pr...

Miraculous fishing

A handcrafted boat offers sustenance, sustainability and connection to a Venezuela community The boat for the “Pesca Milagrosa” (Miraculous Fishing) ministr...

From gray to green

“Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.” - Gary Snyder Cities around the country are using innovative urban planning to turn dead zones into vibrant civic...

The Jester’s gift

David Saltzman’s bestselling book keeps kids laughing during trying times, and gets them excited about reading. At his drawing table in his Yale dorm, David...

Raising volunteers

Starting early makes a child more likely to give back later.   Getting an early start on volunteering as a family can have the most impact on a child’s futur...

Finding harmony

Rising incivility has put many Americans on edge. What roles can Christians play in bringing peace to the public sphere? Blogger David Gushee took a month-l...