• • • Love of Neighbor • • •
Laurie Kagay reflects on this year’s theme, “Present Your Gifts,” and the first time her eyes were opened to a world in need.
Rosemary Sherrod interviews an elderly woman who has been a recipient of SLAM students’ service for the past decade.
Rosemary Sherrod interviews Denise Bennecker, Hopewell Widow Care manager, about her experience serving the elderly.
“Right now, this moment, you are walking as Jesus walked and doing what Jesus does.” Jenn Reichert reflects on her time serving with SLAM this summer.
Rosemary Sherrod examines the type of humanizing service that Jesus gives and reflects on how it should inform approach to elderly care.
There’s not a more long-term, complicated, messy endeavor than working with human beings. Kelly Jobe reflects on the fruit of working with kids in light of 1 Corinthians 3:7-9.
Brett Madron explores the idea of power that comes from the Spirit of God, which Paul writes about in Ephesians 3.
Licensed Mental Health Worker Vanessa McElreath just returned from Florida after assisting evacuees at a local shelter in Tampa, Florida. Brett Madron highlights her experience and the purpose she felt in the service she offered.
Hospitality is more than about welcoming people with coffee and donuts. It's about inviting people into our lives, and showing interest in their story as well. It's something the people of faith should all practice.
Nick Sherrod reflects on his experience teaching the Tennessee Driver's Manual to a group of Burmese refugees who need to pass the driving test in order to
Rosemary Sherrod shares her perspective on the need for a class on Widow & Elderly Care, and how how such understanding applies to us all in the end.
What happens when you repair some basketball hoops in a run-down neighborhood? Here's one story.