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Slavery: How To End It

Human trafficking is a massive, global problem. It can be overwhelming to the point that one…

Super Bowl Secrets

Kay Bennett doesn’t typically spend a lot of time on Bourbon Street—especially not at 2 a.m….

Graffiti 2, a Safe Place

By Sara Shelton High school student Shamar Smith has been attending Graffiti 2 Community Ministries’ after-school…

Yes, He Loves Me

By Fanny Pena I used to think of myself as a stereotype. I was a Mexican,…

A Day in Baltimore

By K. Faith Morgan When I was 21, I moved to Baltimore with one suitcase and…

Baptist Friendship House

Located four blocks from historic New Orleans French Market on the northern edge of the French…

When Storms Come …

When storms come, all is not lost. You can help people caught in disaster’s path. You…

He Calls Me Mom

My journey to motherhood hasn’t been normal. There was no clever gender reveal or registry or…

Send Relief: Meeting Needs

In Tuesday’s post, we discussed identifying the needs of your community. Recognizing opportunities to show mercy…

Send Relief: Introduction

A growing trend in evangelical circles is the emphasis on being socially conscious, which includes caring…