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Mission Trip

How Jesus 'the Glutton and the Drunk' Embraced Life Beyond the Religiously Accepted Limit

Mick Mooney | Posted 12.24.2014 | Religion
Mick Mooney

One of the greatest challenges any Christian faces is the risk of falling in love with the idea of being like Jesus (WWJD?) while failing to recognize what a life lived in his footsteps truly looks like.

Mission Trip or Ego Trip

Phil Latessa | Posted 12.13.2014 | Impact
Phil Latessa

When you think about a mission to a developing country, ask yourself this question. At the end of the project, who will feel good? If it is the community, great--congratulations. If it is you, find another way to contribute.

The Princess of the Dominican Republic

Daniel Davis | Posted 11.30.2014 | Religion
Daniel Davis

I had the opportunity in April of this year to join a group traveling to the Dominican Republic to minister to their "ultra-poor." My expectation was that we would be able to provide some needed food and supplies. What I never expected was to cross the path of a woman who towered above we visiting Americans in passion, heart and character.

Haiti, HANA and Me: A Medical Mission in Photos

Dan Renzi | Posted 09.18.2013 | Impact
Dan Renzi

I am wary of groups that go to foreign countries and teach the people how to live their lives, instead of simply giving them help to live better how they want. That's why going with HANA, I presumed my work would be put to good use.

Goodbye Entourage: Turning the Tables on How NFL Agents Entertain Their Clients

Alicia Jessop | Posted 06.28.2013 | Sports
Alicia Jessop

With the lives that were touched and the leadership skills that will be taken into NFL locker rooms this fall, Kelli Masters may have just turned the tables on the way NFL agents entertain their clients.

Danger: A Different Kind Of Summer Mission Trip

Jo Kadlecek | Posted 09.16.2012 | Religion
Jo Kadlecek

More than 20 journalists and 36 lawyers have been murdered in the past three years. Yet more than 1 million individuals from across the U.S. travel here each summer on a mission trip. With so much good will happening, why haven't crime rates decreased?

India an Eye-Opening Journey

John Harden | Posted 01.11.2012 | World
John Harden

At 10, Roberta, or Robi Ley knew she wanted to be a writer. She would dream endlessly toward the day she would see her byline printed on a book cover.