Please enjoy the many stories illustrating how lives are transformed through the shared abundance of our partners and friends. Be sure to sign up to receive inspiring new stories and multimedia features throughout the month. Join us and be a part of this caring, compassionate community!
Meet Domingos and Rosa, a couple with five children living in Quimussungo, Angola and hear how the Maza yi Moyo (Water Is Life) program has changed their lives.
We invite you to join us as we encounter this Lenten journey together. Know that you are in our hearts and prayers this season as we invite you to pray for the people we serve and for our staff and friends who commit their lives to healing a hurting world.
An important part of self-care is taking a break from the work that you do and the buzzing world that surrounds. Literature is great for giving your mind rest. It has the power to change the way we see ourselves, understand others and interact with the world around us. In this blog, Vanessa reflects on T.S. Eliot’s “Ash Wednesday” poem.
For the season of Lent this year, we reached out to people in our partner organizations and asked them about their Lenten practice. What follows are answers to those questions from Jeanne Francoise Ndimubakunzi, a Gender-Based Violence Prevention Coordinator for the Anglican Church of Burundi.
The Rev. Canon Jason D. Lewis helps us to categorize our congregational gifts, also known as assets. Read more to find out how to identify the many gifts that your congregations possess so that your congregation can be altogether stronger.