Hunger in the United States is affecting fewer households. It’s possible the world could be rid of it by 2030 through focused collaboration, according to the Bread for the World Institute.
Circles Grand Rapids rejoices as graduates achieve financial security, self-respect and systems of support.
Bread for the World says non-profits can not overcome proposed cuts to the Federal budget.
Detroit Tiny Homes Progressive Tour was hosted by Cass Community Social Services May 25-27.
An honest look at troubling realities and hopeful signs in America’s heartland.
A US-2 working in Detroit shares how it is difficult to be without a car in the “Car Capital of the world.”
Cass Community included in “Ministry with” events teaching relationship-based ministries.
General Conference hears about the achievements, vision and goals of The UMC’s Four Areas of Focus.
God’s house will shelter the homeless as Muskegon Lakeside and Lake Harbor UMCs merge.
Gena Thomas talks about serving with others and the difference between justice and charity.