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Homes for Hope - Odessa

What is Homes for Hope and why do we feel led to partner with this organization for a third time? As a company we strive to make an impact both locally and globally and partnering with Homes for Hope not only allows us to help others around the world, but also provides a unique opportunity for our trade partners to do so as well. 261 more words

In The Know

How understanding the Image of God can change the world - Luke Harbaugh

Today we once again welcome Luke Harbaugh of HOPE International who follows-up his guest post and sermon from August 2nd.

Genesis 1:26-27 tells us that we occupy a privileged place in God’s creation. 1,043 more words

New Horizons & The Image of God by guest blogger Luke Harbaugh

Today we welcome guest writer, Luke Harbaugh of HOPE International.  Luke will be speaking at Faith Church this coming Sunday.

Last week, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made its first flyby of the dwarf planet Pluto, giving us high resolution photos of (what used to be considered) the tiniest planet in our solar system for the very first time. 696 more words

Resilience and Dignity in the Cambodian Countryside

Click here to read the blog entry I posted recently on the Pandoo Foundation website about my trip to Cambodia last week. Truly inspired by these strong women.


Teach Me To Depend

It’s been a week of parking tickets, thumbtacks dropped in coffee, nearly lost Word documents. Of meetings, greetings, and collapsing into bed at the end of the day. 416 more words

Christian Living

Review of 'Mission Drift' by Peter Greer and Christ Horst, with Anna Haggard

Peter Greer and Chris Horst, with Anna Hagard, Mission Drift: The Unspoken Crisis Facing Leaders, Charities, and Churches (Minneapolis, MN: Bethany House, 2014). Hardcover | … 364 more words

Book Reviews

Looking Back, Looking Forward

This week feels a bit messy. I moved from one place to another, and boxes followed me. They needed to be packed, unpacked, and then packed again. 552 more words

The Everyday Ordinary