Church in Action

Feeding the Poor Through Pay-As-You-Can
A church-based café in New Jersey may be the future for helping people get on their feet.
No More Band-Aids: Shannon Sedgwick Davis Wields Law to Halt Genocide
Why the president of the philanthropic Bridgeway Foundation says money alone won't fix the problem.
City Parish: An Australian Builds NYC Networks
Jon Tyson plants neighborhood churches in New York City.
Alternative Capitalist: How a Coffee Business Brews Reconciliation
Why Jonathan Golden helps farmers in Rwanda.
Fraternizing with the Enemy
Paul Louis Metzger engages those outside the faith.
Religion 2.0: Timothy Dalrymple
The manager of Patheos' evangelical portal clarifies the gospel online.
Filling the Dad Gap
John Sowers addresses the root of many social ills.
Constructing Peace
One Olympic athlete's efforts to build relationships between Sudan's Christians and Muslims.
Alissa Wilkinson: Every Square Inch
The writer and editor seeks the redemption of all creation.
No Child Left to Die
Half of all babies born with HIV die by age 2. Could we stop that by 2015?
Suicide Mission
Jamie Tworkowski’s nonprofit shows love to self-destructive teens.
The Ultimate Wave
Bryan Jennings takes the Good News to surfers.
Class Action
Nicole Baker Fulgham champions educational equity with Teach for America.
A Hand Up: Aid for Trade in Mozambique
Faith-based model teaches rural poor how to use trade to rise out of poverty.
Graceful Justice
Gideon Strauss was shaped by growing up in apartheid-era South Africa.
The Mission of Art
W. David O. Taylor grounds his aesthetic passion in the local church.
Not Just a Guy Issue
Crystal Renaud helps women addicted to pornography.
Ministry at the Center of Violence
Russ Stendal, held hostage for months by narco-terrorists, now ministers in their midst.
Do You Hear What I Hear?
The deaf are virtually an 'unreached people group,' but an Illinois ministry is remedying that one video at a time.
A Proverbs 31 Woman
Eve Nunez speaks up for children who cannot speak for themselves.

Top Story May 14, 2021

Just a Bill: Religious Freedom Consensus Rarely Voted into Law
Just a Bill: Religious Freedom Consensus Rarely Voted into Law
Latest IRF scorecard grades each member of US Congress, as State Department releases annual report on 200 countries and territories.

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