Update: After speaking with staff on the ground in Guatemala and with Compassion’s trips department, it’s been decided to continue with our blogging trip this week with only minor tweaks to the schedule. Please continue to pray for the people of Guatemala and for safe travels there. Thank you. ———————————————-… Read More
On Tuesday night I drove into the heart of Nashville with some friends who call themselves People Loving People. On the way, I asked them what exactly they do for or with or about the homeless of Tent City. Simple. Every Tuesday night they hand out water, hotdogs, grab a… Read More
When helping people in the third world I always get the inescapable feeling that I’m helping Jesus. But here? yesterday I got the sobering sense that I was helping myself. View Post
This is Nashville after 20 inches of rain.
30 dead. Tragic.
A few dozen families lost their homes entirely. Sheetrock and carpet need replacing in dozens, even hundreds more. Treasured photographs are lost. Tables, couches, beds, and cabinets are destroyed. Roofs leak. View Post
The most affected by any natural disaster are the already poor and vulnerable. The residents of Nashville’s “Tent City” are just such people. And they need your help. View Post