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Do the Bible’s teachings on hospitality still hold in an election year?

Christians should be known for their love and hospitality more than their political beliefs and opinions.

We are called to come together

As part of the Year of the Bible, we hope you’ll enjoy our sixth devotional, focused on our role to preserve the good in our world.

Refuge in life’s storms

As part of the Year of the Bible, we hope you’ll enjoy our fifth devotional, focused on God’s faithfulness to be our safe shelter when we dwell in him.

Created for connection

We were created for connection. Our words and actions become an expression of a spiritual blessing wrapped in flesh so it can be experienced.

Living our love for others

As part of the Year of the Bible, this devotional is focused on what it looks like to love others with actions more than words.

God sets the lonely in families

The Safe Families for Children model engages families, churches, and local governments to support families in crisis and keep them together.

A warm welcome

A local church enlists volunteers to wrap around refugee families resettling in their community.

Love embraces and resists

As part of the Year of the Bible, we hope you'll enjoy our third devotional, focused on what to hold onto and what to let go of so we can respond with love, no matter the circumstance.

Empowering families, right where they live

Positive change happens when we bring and keep families together. That’s why we support families struggling to stay together by providing the resources and training they need to lead their family to self-sufficiency.

The Church could give every U.S. waiting child a home

With three churches for every U.S. child in foster care waiting to be adopted, the American Church could end the foster care crisis. But fear and misinformation stop some Christians from embracing foster care adoption.

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