Six years ago, my eldest son surprised us and arrived extremely early, spending many months in the hospital before we were able to bring him home. As a mother of three, my heart breaks for the many women around the…
On Saturday, July 7, the Haitian government postponed a planned fuel price hike after civil unrest and violence had intensified across the country in protest.
I couldn’t help but think of how much I had to be grateful for while also remembering that there are so many people around the world who are living without their basic needs being met.
Who would have imagined that a man born on a humble dairy farm in North Carolina would have grown up to preach the Gospel to nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries and territories.
I like to read the daily news and often it’s difficult seeing all the natural disasters happening around the world or the plight individuals face living in poverty or persecution.
The Christmas season can be an expensive time of year, especially for families. But it’s also a season of blessings, generosity and thinking of others.
The Christmas season is filled with many opportunities to teach children how to care for others in need. Here are five ways to involve kids of all ages in giving back.