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Charissa Koh | A church in New York City is learning how to minister to the homeless and addicted from a distance

Jamie Dean | Migration from Central America has surged, but in Honduras, some Christians are doing unsung work to make their country a safer place to live

Michael Reneau | After decades of success in helping drug addicts kick their habits and find Jesus, some Adult & Teen Challenge centers are opening the door for state regulation—and payments


The Savior’s love for a widow in the Bible reminded me of the Christian compassion I saw in El Paso

Charissa Koh | 2019 Hope Awards Northwest winner Watered Gardens | At a gospel rescue mission, men have a chance to escape the spiral of drugs, homelessness, and joblessness. But it isn’t easy, and many do not make it to the end

Charissa Koh | 2019 Hope Awards Northeast winner Purposeful Design | A carpentry shop offers ex-addicts and homeless the chance to build furniture, friendship, and a future

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We can do more than lead with what bleeds

Emily Belz | In Brooklyn, a church without much money gives addicts a rare welcome mat