Humanizing the Border
We hear a lot about those apprehended trying cross the U.S. border, but what about those who don’t make it? Volunteers in the New Mexico desert are trying to save lives.
Mientras que el debate sobre inmigración continúa, muchos mexicanos siguen tratando de cruzar la frontera en busca de una nueva vida en los Estados Unidos.
Growing New Churches
Providence United Methodist is a new kind of church, based in a gym and geared to the non-traditional.
Life After Liberia
Liberian refugee Richmond Tobii bears the scars of war, but he’s discovered that forgiveness is the only way to heal.
ESL and Employment
A school district and a church are teaming up to help newcomers find success in their new country.
Household Goods Do Good
For families in crisis, everyday comforts can vanish. One group of volunteers furnishes families with hope and household goods.
Housing Relief for AIDS
More than a million people in the U.S. struggle in silence living with HIV. They suffer not only medically, but also with isolation.
Lead Women Pastors
Women now outnumber men in seminaries of many denominations. But there are still often obstacles for women pastors.
Many Samoans live away from the islands and in the United States. One group offers a sure cure for cultural homesickness.
Black College History
One family wrote their own version of black history, by making sure each of their children was able to go to college.
Free Heart Clinic
For uninsured Americans, seeing a cardiologist is a luxury they cannot afford. One group takes the issue to heart, offering free cardiac care.
Nurse Sandra Clarke spends time with terminally ill patients in their final moments to ensure that no one dies alone.
Meals Help Haiti
In Haiti, meals do more than fill stomachs. They also encourage children to come to school.
DTV Help for Elderly
Volunteers are making sure everyone stays “tuned in” when television stations change to digital broadcasting.
Firewood Cuts Heat Bills
An army of ax-wielding volunteers is making sure families on the land belonging to the Cherokee tribe don’t face winter’s cold alone.
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