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For Rachel Hashimoto, long-term volunteering in Japan was a great way to learn about the country and the culture there “without having to deal with taxes,” she jokes. But it was more than that, of course—it was a chance to quietly witness to others and share Christ’s love in a country where Christianity is a minority religion.

More and more, people want to volunteer in ways that build relationships with the people they ser

It was the seventh-costliest weather event in United States’ history, with damage estimates exceeding $15 billion and at least 56 deaths. 2011’s Hurricane Irene began as a well-defined tropical wave off western Africa’s coast and grew as it crossed the Atlantic Ocean, smacking into Puerto Rico before veering north.

It began as a journey of discovery in how to become more effective in leadership.

Last year, I was just a small freshman with little to no influence. But our God likes to work through the lowly.

There is so much that I can share about my experiences in Israel and Palestine. 

Church recovers its ministry to children, then encourages other churches

Thirty churches will kick off the first three Transformed & Transforming leadership communiti

It's 7:30 on a Thursday morning. The usual suspects are getting their coffee and a pastry and settling in around a table in a conference room at First Reformed Church of Schenectady, New York.

A missional community at a Denver light rail station is growing by leaps and bounds, with more than 20 adult baptisms over the last year. Much of the growth is happening in the homeless community.

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