Why Christians Are Abandoning the Orphanage
A new focus on the family is changing how Christians care for abandoned and neglected children.
Good News' ministry to orphans was well known; two years earlier, Dudnik had found four street children sniffing glue at a train station. But most orphans don't live in America.
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Book recommendations from Christianity Today, The Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God
| Ed Stetzer. Growing Up in Ministry The grace of Jesus was not just offered to orphans and widows or rebellious pastors' kids; it was for me. | Kristin Duran.
Our Hospitality Mandate (Part Two)
What Does an Authentic Christian Reception of Syrian Refugees to the United States Look Like?
Old and New Testaments, the nation of Israel and the Early Church are dutiful in caring for the needy and vulnerable, whether this includes the impoverished, widows, orphans, or others
The Fight for Social Justice Starts Within
Only a vibrant inner life can sustain the activist’s soul.
Christians never look more like Jesus than when humbly serving amidst the world's hurt—caring for orphans, battling trafficking, promoting urban renewal.
What the Single in Your Pew Needs from You
Singles are on the rise. Here’s what forward-looking churches need to know.
Serve singles, and recognize that singles often serve without reciprocation. The author of the Book of James encourages Christians to “look after orphans and widows” (James 1:27).
Motherhood is Missional
Motherhood is discipleship, and it's part of the mission.
She was their mother, however, because Jesus caused her to be fruitful and multiply spiritually as she discipled the orphans and children she rescued from slavery and death.
How to Address America’s Foster Care Crisis? It Takes a Village
The next wave of the evangelical adoption movement will rely on the church's support.
Some were adopted; others were there through foster care. She told us, “There are orphans right here in Hawaii who need adoptive families. The church really needs to get involved.”.
Over 25,000 Ebola Orphans at Risk
Churches join effort to care for vulnerable children who have lost one or both parents in West Africa.
Over 25,000 Ebola Orphans at Risk. Churches join effort to care for vulnerable children who have lost one or both parents in West Africa. Over 25,000 Ebola Orphans at Risk.
Pro-Life Christian or Pro-Justice Christian? Yes.
Are Christians supposed to be pro-life or pro-justice? Kelly Rosati shares: we ought to be both.
and to walk humbly with your God”) burn in our hearts as we join God in His redemptive work on behalf of preborn babies, victims of human trafficking, war refugees, orphans, those with
Growing Up in Ministry
The grace of Jesus was not just offered to orphans and widows or rebellious pastors’ kids; it was for me.
The grace of Jesus was not just offered to orphans and widows or rebellious pastors' kids; it was for me. Dec 15, 2016. missions, ministry, children. Growing Up in Ministry.
A snapshot of Christian witness in the world (as it appeared in our October issue).
Their paintings raised almost $45,000 for a community of orphans near Lusaka, the capital city. A whopping 10 percent of Zambia's 14 million people
5 Women Every Christian Should Know
From Katharina Luther, who escaped a convent and became a radical reformer, to Amanda Berry Smith, an itinerant minister who was born a slave, these women changed history.
When war broke out with Japan, Aylward served as a spy for the Chinese, and when the bombing reached her village, she led the orphans to safety on a 100-mile trek through the
God's Feminist Ideals
We're created to be image bearers and justice seekers.
To the poor, to orphans, to widows—to any who cannot provide or advocate for themselves—God's image bearers aim their resources and seek their benefit as God seeks ours.