More Than Stories

Today, in honor of World Refugee Day, we are sharing a select number of stories about the refugee experience. These have been chosen by Alicia Cortright, South Sudan Field Manager, and Daya Batim Moses, South Sudan Field Coordinator. Some of the books are best to read with your young child, and others are ones best saved for adults. 

How to Find Your Nonprofit Match

According to the National Center for Charitable Statistics, there are 1.5 million charities, nonprofits, private foundations, etc. in the United States. There’s no shortage of organizations that are supporting the causes you care about.

But how do you decide who to support? How do you find your perfect nonprofit match? And for those of us who are Christian—how do you know if a nonprofit is really working to share the gospel message?

3 Ways I Knew I Was Ready to Give

Giving isn’t meant to be complicated.

But it often feels that way. Especially when money is tight.

I used to think, “There’s no way I can give right now. I’m not ready. It’s great that the one older woman in the Bible was strong enough to give everything she had. But I don’t think God wants me to be without housing or food at 22 because of how much I am giving.”

So, I didn’t give.  

Later I realized my idea of giving was all wrong.

3 Ways to Improve Your Relationship With Money

Today I want to share three things you can do to have an appropriate relationship with money. 

These things are not my own ideas, they are straight from God. And if you follow them, especially as a young person, I’m certain you’ll live a life that makes your non-Christian friends curious. 

Because in a world that obsesses over wealth and possessions, a person filled with God’s wisdom is like a breath of fresh air. 

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