Love in the Face of Violence

In response to my smile, Nando picked up a small rock and hurled it at me. Again, I returned his actions with a smile. Five or six more times we went through this cycle. Rock. Smile. Rock. Smile. Each time, the rocks we getting bigger. Later on that day, I realized something: I am Nando.

Why Take a Gap Year?

In fast-paced, career-driven America, the “gap year” – an intentional buffer between high school and college – isn’t quite so mainstream. But it’s gaining traction. We think a gap year is worth considering – and apparently, we’re not the only ones.

Social Media Fundraising for My Mission Trip?

There are many different ways to fundraise for your mission trip, and with countless platforms of social media it’s easier than ever to make your need known. Like so many things, technology is a powerful tool that we can use skillfully to cause a lot of good, or use unwisely to cause a lot of damage.

Around the World In 60 Seconds

Slavery exists. No country goes without feeling the impact that slavery brings and the areas of it effects. Throughout Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and North America slavery is a real life scenario for thousands, millions actually.

The Next Step

My plan was to graduate and go to college. Growing up in the church, I realized I wanted to do something with missions. I also knew there were things in my heart that I needed to work through with God, but wasn’t sure how to do that. Change was coming!