Gift Guide 2021: Something for the Humanitarian in Your Life
Looking for the perfect gift for the humanitarian in your life? The Better Samaritan team has a few ideas to get you started:
Humanitarians and those around them care about the origin and impact of their gifts. Here are two guides filled with ethical and sustainable gifts that will have a lasting impact!
Sarah Bessey Christmas Gift Guide
Another thing humanitarians are known for is traveling far and wide. Here are a few things that’ll make their next trip easier, as suggested by our podcast guests:
Jacqueline Charles, Miami Herald reporter, loves her wireless earbuds
Stefani McDade, associate editor for CT, finds a portable recorder handy for her reporting.
Kent Annan, co-director at HDI, finds the Scannable app helpful for travels and staying organized.
Dallas Jenkins, creator of The Chosen, recommends a foam roller to soothe those aches and pains from traveling.
Your humanitarian also needs a good read to accompany them on their travels. Try one of these recommended reads from our podcast guests:
Jamie Aten, founder & co-director at HDI: The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van Der Kolk
Sophia Lee, senior reporter at WORLD: Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God by Timothy Keller
Marcus Coleman, Director of DHS Center for Faith-Based & Neighborhood Partnerships: Good to Great by Jim Collins
Philip Yancey, bestselling author: Telling the Truth by Frederick Buechner
For even more book recommendations, check out this roundup of books from other Better Samaritans (select books on sale).
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The Spiritual First Aid course from HDI, developed over many years in the field, offers practical, faith- and research-based training to equip anyone to respond to crises locally. This training is the gift that will keep on giving, as you bring all you learn to everyone you encounter.
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