Solidarity on the Southside

Solidarity on the Southside

By Josh Woodrow I remember the first time my wife and I crested the final hill into Chattanooga. Drafting behind an eighteen-wheeler into the sweeping curve of the Tennessee River Valley, it was as if the bend in the river were a mother’s hand welcoming us home. I had...
No One Will Make Them Afraid

No One Will Make Them Afraid

By Annelise Jolley Photos by Shaun Boyte “The trees of the field will yield their fruit and the ground will yield its crops; the people will be secure in their land. They will know that I am the Lord, when I break the bars of their yoke and rescue them from the hands...
Courage to Witness

Courage to Witness

By Brianna Lantz In Volume Two we introduced you to Jacqueline Isaac, a California-based attorney and human rights advocate who defends persecuted Christians and Yazidis. For nearly two years Jacqueline has advocated for the establishment of an international court to...
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...