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Another really interesting blog post. Bob Lupton is the author of Toxic Charity and Charity Detox and founder of Focused Community Strategies. He writes here… 41 more words

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What is Good About no WOW-Plans? - Why Berlin is the Startup City to Find Milk and Honey

The only way to get familiar with a new place is to be there, walk around there, bike there, eat there, have fun there and perhaps even explore the “there” with others. 2,287 more words

Wishing you inspiring conversations

I remember my first trip to Sweden, excited to meet the Scandinavian community of high class educators: IT educators at schools and universities crossing all knowledge levels and ages learning about cutting edge technology for our (increasingly) smart societies. 233 more words

Skills

People are recognizing the value in doing good while doing well

Last summer we were featured in MISC Magazine’s “Women: Shattering Expectations” issue. Now is as good a time as any to have this conversation: 119 more words

Social Enterprise

IAS Officer leaves his job to educate under privileged children

Former collector of Jabalpur, Dr. Roman Saini’s story is one which is bound to inspire many to do something good for the welfare of the society. 292 more words

Success Story

A Discussion on the State of the Union at Scalzi Skate Park / #socialentrepreneurship #socialchange 

A pessimist approached me in conversation yesterday. He said to me, “for two years, you have been talking about bringing people together at the skatepark and nothing has happened. 1,227 more words

Making Disciples through Economic Development

In all For the Love of Missions does, we partner with Christians leading in their own communities. This is Javier and his wife Silvia. While Javier is the small business owner who received the first loan in For the Love of Missions Economic Development program, he and his wife are also worship leaders in their church. 78 more words

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