And a bit of what our team learned along the way.
Detroit's list of maladies is long. But some Christians' commitment to its renewal is longer.
Meet 7 Christians who engage politically beyond checking a ballot box.
Joe Johnston's residential community is designed for, well, community.
How Phoenix Christians are helping illegal immigrants as they wait for the economy—and the law—to change.
Franchise owner Erik Devriendt doesn't have much to say about the recent imbroglio over Dan Cathy's comments. He just wants to help local refugees.
The innovative Congregational Health Network in Memphis relies on local congregations to take care of their members.
How local Christians are building human capital through public health—one man at a time.
How Nicole Baker Fulgham is convincing fellow Christians to fill in the education gap crippling U.S. cities
Five Richmonders who transcend their city's cultural Christianity in unlikely ways.
Political scientist Amy Black says a few concerned citizens in a particular neighborhood can have far greater impact than checking a box on November 2.
Martin French, director of the Exile Poster Project, on the power of the public poster.
Leading the liberal city's efforts to halt child trafficking is a network of dedicated Christians. Just don't go advertising it.
The Friday launch party spotlighted Christians' labors of love in a post-Christian city.