Stubborn Hope

Stubborn Hope

By Brianna Lantz  How does a man go from the intent to kill a pastor and burn a church to the ground, to caring for orphans and seeking spiritual revival? What makes him stick around for the long haul when everyone else is fleeing the nation? What compels a person to...
Into the Darkness

Into the Darkness

By Annelise Jolley Welcome to Pattaya On a humid Friday night, we are walking into the heart of Pattaya’s red light district. The air pulses with sound and heat. Bass thumps from deep within each bar and neon signs announce cheap beer, massages, and friendly girls....
Empowered to Love

Empowered to Love

By Kayla Cervenka It was on a Monday that I made the journey through treacherous Kampala traffic and arrived at the Empower-A-Child offices nestled within the city’s maze of roads. I was ushered into an office, a relief from the unrelenting Ugandan heat. I sat gazing...
Alternate Routes: Literature

Alternate Routes: Literature

By Annelise Jolley Editor’s Note: It’s easy to feel overwhelmed or apathetic when faced with the sheer volume of need in our world. Writing a check or volunteering with a local organization are important steps to walking in justice, but they’re not the only steps....
An Interview with Jacqueline Isaac

An Interview with Jacqueline Isaac

By Joel Parker Jacqueline Isaac sat in front of TV cameras, under hot studio lights, getting drilled by British news anchor Jon Snow, and she hardly remembers any of it. “I can tell you that those few minutes were led by the Holy Spirit; it wasn’t me speaking at all,”...