Hang Tran writes about mourning the loved one of a colleague and about receiving healing from an unexpected source.
Edwin and Elmer taught me to appreciate and revel in the joy and beauty of an inclusive moment.
Hang Tran reflects on a resident and a staff member of Home of Hope who both inspire her in very different ways.
Despite the hardships she sees all around her, Louise Locke find reasons for hope in the inspiring people she accompanies.
John O’Donoghue talks about his many decades of serving marginalized people around the world with works of mercy.
Hang Tran finds inspiration in how differently abled persons tackle life’s challenges in Cambodia.
Joe Loney invites you to become a partner in serving people living with disabilities in Bolivia.
Joe Loney and Filo Siles discuss their disability ministry at the Social Justice Foundation in Cochabamba.
Three examples of how missioners help persons with disabilities make strides toward sustainable economic independence
Joe Loney on what it takes to even just get to his ministry sites.
Steve Veryser reads and ponders a few signs of the times.