Reaching out in these seemingly small ways will make a big difference.
How the church can help our neighbors at the border.
"Few Protestant churchgoers say they strongly agree they are personally taking actions that indicate a life of service to God and others."
First Baptist Church of Searles Valley in Trona, California, is bringing hope to the community rocked by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake.
The Washington church partners with World Vision to bring clean water to the Congo.
Grace in the City Church in Downtown Minneapolis is giving street residents the supplies they need to brave the cold.
Churches around the nation are finding creative ways to reach out to people who have been impacted.
You already have the job skills you need to make a huge impact on alleviate global poverty.
Pastor Jim Crews has ministered in the aftermath of the Las Vegas and Thousand Oaks shootings, and now the Woolsey Fire.
If all we do is consume from our communities, we'll miss the opportunities to love them.