From rural South Sudan, Gabe Hurrish reflects on one of Maryknoll Lay Missioners’ core values: simple living
Among the world’s poorest of the poor, Gabe Hurrish finds an incredible spirit of generosity and humility.
Getting out of one’s armchair and stepping into the ring is one of the fastest and surest ways to be humbled, Anna Johnson finds.
Life in mission takes adjustments and frustrations, Josh Wetmore finds. But the payoff is in the encounters with wonderful people.
Victoria Arce serves abused girls in Cochabamba by helping out with whatever is needed.
Mike Lattanzi shares some snippets of life as he and his wife, Susan, start out in mission in Haiti.
On mission, Kyle Johnson finds himself being humbled on almost a daily basis.
Kim Mazyck on diversity, equity, inclusion — and on reflecting a community, where everyone feels that they belong.
Inclusion does not follow the deaf student home. Life is different outside the haven of the Deaf Development Programme.
Heartbreaking stories of children living with HIV in Tanzania
Do a little dance, in spite of it all — and spread some joy.