There is beauty in the mess of communion—in the spilling of the wine and the breaking of the bread.
Caring for creation isn’t just for agrologists. It’s for all of us.
Effective community development work requires embracing the gifts of the people who live there.
What we can learn from Jesus’ encounter with the woman caught in adultery
College student Jordan Saddoris invites others to embrace God’s forgiveness and turn from their sin.
Even gifts and abilities that don’t appear to have a direct connection to ministry can be a way to spread God’s love.
When Kanoko came to United States for college, she thought there was no way she would become a Christian.
Gratitude is a simple concept, but one that took on new meaning for the author after her experience in Central College’s social justice program.
Six months on the Amazon River gave Nicole VacaGuzman new appreciation for God and God’s people.
Camden Grabill had never shared his faith before he left his home in a small town for college, but that has changed. Going away to school opened up a whole new world of friendships and opportunities to share the good news.