Community

Your neighbors, friends, colleagues, fellow churchgoers, and people you do business with make up the rich tapestry of your community. Embrace your community and make sure to do your part to make it stronger.
A multicultural group of people clasp hands in unity
Daily Devotions

A Community Comes Together for Healing

In this excerpt from Daily Guideposts, our annual collection of uplifting devotions, Carla Hendricks shares an inspiring account of her Tennessee community’s efforts to achieve racial unity.

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Rachel and her son adding books to a little free library; Photo credit: Rachel Koppa
People Helping People

The Mother-Son Duo Giving Literacy a Boost

Rachel Koppa and her son are on a mission to diversify all registered Little Free Libraries throughout Dallas, Texas.

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Mutual respect
Positive Living

Agree to Disagree—With Mutual Love and Respect

How love provides a framework to listen, not counterattack.

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Singer-songwriter Kari Jobe. Photo credit: Cameron Powell Studio
Music

How a Divinely-Timed Song Became an Anthem During the Pandemic

When Christian singer Kari Jobe and others wrote “The Blessing”, they didn’t realize the huge impact it would have.

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Angels

How Mary Virginia Merrick Founded The Christ Child Society

For over a century, the groundbreaking volunteering organization has made the world a better place for impoverished children.

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People in warm outerwear doing stretches.
People Helping People

Someone Cares: Let’s Get Physical!

This community’s socially distanced workouts have brought them closer together.

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Rose McGee with her famous sweet potato pies; photo by Matthew Gilson
People Helping People

She Bakes Pies to Comfort Those Impacted by Racial Violence

She knew it was a message from God, but how would baking pies help others?

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A basket of fall vegetables.
People Helping People

Someone Cares: Go Orange

Over six years, this one-day hunger campaign has fed over 200,000 meals to her community.

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Reading a book
Positive Living

A Fun, Safe Way to Connect with Your Neighbors

Try a “book swap n’ stroll,” a neighborly way to clear clutter, check in with others and lay in a winter reading supply all at once.

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Sam Collier. Photo credit: Rayandra Nairn
Stories of Faith

What Our Faith Calls Us To: Sam Collier

This influential pastor, and author of A Greater Story, seeks to start conversations about race by emphasizing understanding and relationships.

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