By sharing with one another, we can grow and learn to serve better.
I believe these actions 60 years ago enlarged our hearts and understandings of the world and our connections within it.
…[it] isn’t just about the present but also the future … What legacy do we want to leave the next generation?
I notice the small things along the way that when invested in the dream of God, result in unexpected blessing and possibility.
It brings me great joy to see people come to Christ and see their transformation as disciples for the Kingdom of God.
by Lora Steiner, managing editor When people think “urban,” chances are pretty good that Doylestown, Pennsylvania is not a place that comes to mind. Thirty years ago, it was a […]
When asked what he was looking forward to as he began his Summer Service Worker term with MCC East Coast, Cesar Solis said, “I’m looking forward to learning . . . the best thing about being a Christian is you get to learn new things every day.” A recent graduate of high school, Cesar is working to discern both what he will do and who he will be. This young man is committed both to learning and to loving God.