Some days I wonder if I am doing enough with my life to share the gospel.
Are my conversations with my best friend about a new book preparing me to share my faith? Do my weekend plans to walk around Target looking at home decor items measure up to what God is calling me to do? Should I be hanging out with family when there are people around the world who don’t know Jesus?
Data is a wonderful tool that God has given to us for His glory.
Even at an organization like Kingdom Workers, where our focus is on helping people spiritually and physically, data plays a key role. As the Sr. Director of Analytics & U.S. Programs at Kingdom Workers, I’d love to tell you a little bit about our perspective on data and how we use it to His glory.
There are few resources available for children with cognitive and/or learning disabilities on the island of Grenada. That's why the work of our Grenada Program Coordinator, Keisha Phillip, matters so much. Thanks to her commitment to reaching this underserved group, big things are happening.
How do you know if something is abusive? Start by looking at what love does...and does not.
Survivors of relationship abuse need your help this winter.
Last spring, law enforcement and community agencies around the United States reported that the number of calls for help dramatically decreased as stay-at-home orders became the norm. That’s good, right? Unfortunately, it’s not good.