From Cancer Diagnosis to Earring Empire


Sometimes, the worst news becomes the pathway for the best plan. The unexpected detour becomes the road we should travel. Sometimes, we make it up as we go along...

But For the Grace of God

The desire to engage in worthwhile dialogue is sometimes more nutritious than a meal.

Shepherd’s Gate: Living in a House of Hope

Thirty-four years ago, Alice Ann was a naturalist at Sunol Park in Northern California when she began taking the homeless into her own home.

Socks, Shoes and Salvation Homeless Foot Washing Event

Azusa Pacific University (APU) Nursing students from the High Desert Regional Campus partnered with the Salvation Army to host the fourth annual Socks, Shoes and Salvation Homeless Foot Washing Event in Victorville, CA.

Truckers’ Strike in Brazil Derails Mission Trip

The ten day, nationwide truckers\' strike in Brazil that brought South America\'s economy to a screeching halt this month ended, but the impact is still being felt here the United States.

Heartbreak and Glory in El Salvador

Last month, I went on a mission trip to El Salvador. I went with Chi Alpha, the campus ministry that I am part of at the University of North Texas,

‘100 Houses’ evangelism effort in New Orleans

by Gary D. Myers Reprinted from Baptist Press, news service of the Southern Baptist Convention. NEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Don't tell seminary professor Preston Nix that door-to-door evangelism in New Orleans...

Wellspring Living Praises Sex Trafficking Survivors

Wellspring Living presents the 13th annual Golf Classic, the Field Feast Supper, and the 2018 Gala, three events created to spread awareness of sex trafficking for girls and women of Atlanta.

Melting Pot Missionary

For some reason, our notion of a missionary is someone sent to far off lands to live in huts among primitive people who speak some strange gibberish.

Curbside Community Center Feeding Stomachs and Souls in High Desert of CA

When the Curbside Community Center van rolls into town, communities across the High Desert are served. Whether food, water, shoes, or clothing—Pastor Abel Razo and the more than 40 Curbside volunteers are fulfilling basic as well as spiritual needs.