- Our September Issue: Modeling HomeCan Christians show the world better forms of community?
- Preach the Gospel Everywhere. When Necessary, Use Laundromats.A different kind of “third place” ministry creates community and connections with washers and dryers.简体中文繁體中文
- These Homeless Ministries Changed in the Pandemic. They’re Not Changing Back.The rotational model of church shelters was hit hard by COVID-19.
- The Church Should Ask Two Questions About the Current Drug CrisisWhere do we find it? And more importantly, are we really prepared for what we’ll find?
- The Big Quit Hits Homeless MinistriesThey never stopped serving on the frontlines, but now short-staffed nonprofits are struggling to compete with flexible, virtual work that took off during the pandemic.
- I Used to Run with Drug Addicts and Prostitutes. Now I Share the Gospel with Them.My journey from life on the streets to life in Christ.
- Ahead of the Holidays, Christian Charities Plan Around Supply Chain HoldupsHomeless ministries are preparing for higher costs and greater demand, while publishers and distributors relying on overseas shipping are also affected.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 266|1 hr 8minHomelessness Is Vexing American Cities. Do Christians Have a Solution?How the church should help the rising number of people sleeping on the streets.
- More than a Meal: How Austin Ministries Are Expanding Their Approach to HomelessnessAfter the city voted to ban encampments in the Texas capital, more churches see advocacy, lobbying, and government partnerships as part of their outreach.
- Christian Lawyers Fight COVID-19 Home EvictionsAt legal aid clinics, attorneys ask “Who would Jesus represent in court?”