An immigration attorney’s update from just north of the border
Learning how to reach out in love — in different languages.
The friendships and interactions among these youth can be both challenging and genuine and down-to-earth — a mirror for a reflection on love.
I have learned these past two months what it means to adapt, transform and apply.
After almost 40 years in mission, Ann Greig is preparing a transition for her Salvadoran Soy Program to new leadership.
Continuing to teach financial management skills and to accompany children living with disabilities.
Louise Locke joins a street ministry in Cochabamba and reflects on vulnerability as the ‘birthplace of love.’
Uzima Centre provides a safe place for teens to process their often difficult experiences and to prepare for a healthy and happy future.
Saying ‘yes’ to being ‘all in’ in responding to God’s invitation
Young people in El Salvador who have no birth certificates face many obstacles and need help accessing education.
New missioner is learning much about resilience and faith from the people she is getting to know in Kenya.