When Your Loved Ones Are Infected

by Fritz and Etta Mae Mutti
When a member of the family is infected with HIV, the whole family rides an emotional roller coaster. When two members of the family are living with AIDS, the roller coaster has… read more

Not a One-Night Stand: Reaching the Homeless and Marginalized

by John Flowers, Karen Vannoy
Throughout our ministry we have coordinated mission work and supported local cooperative efforts. Our volunteers would go to the mission site, cook and serve pancakes or… read more

Cross-Cultural Mission in Congregations

by Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi
How can we prepare our communities for cross-cultural mission, whether cross-cultural short-term mission trips, cross-cultural mission in our own communities, or mission in… read more

Responding to the Realities of Homelessness

by Jeff Blum
Every night of the week, for the five winter months of the year, 150-225 homeless individuals are transported from the center of downtown Nashville to 15-20 host congregations… read more

Poking Holes in the Darkness

by Kenneth H. Carter, Jr.
An Easter sermon on Mathew 28:1-10 and Psalm 30. On Friday evening of Easter Weekend, March 29, 2002, three young boys in our congregation were killed in a car accident: Wesley… read more

Promise in the Prison

by John F. Kutsko
And when was it that we saw you sick or in prison and visited you?” And the king will answer them, “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these… read more
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