• • • Love of Neighbor • • •
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.
Kelly Jobe captures Spring Break at the Institute for G.O.D., where students chose to use their time off of school to meet needs in their community.
How do Americans rid themselves of the sin of excess? Here's one creative approach we take that we think you might like to do yourself.
Rosemary Sherrod explores life behind the scenes, were mothers work hard to help the ministry of G.O.D. go 'round.
Paper and pencil, slate and chalk, parchment and quill. Tools to write with-- an archetypal part of education over the centuries. It’s so obvious, that their presence seems implied. Yet, for teachers in rural El Salvador, these fundamental tools are a luxury. Read how we are working to reconcile this issue.
By the time they reach middle school, kids are making decisions that will affect the rest of their lives. Usually, a single decision’s effect isn’t immediately life altering. But one poor choice can certainly put a person on a path that limits the kind of opportunities young people should have available to them.
Rebekah Davis reports on a project G.O.D. is working on in conjunction with Aquatic Public School in India. The project will provide more access to water for children who currently all depend on one spigot to meet their daily needs.
As a school located in a low-income neighborhood, our goal has not been to make money. Our goal has always been to serve the children within our own neighborhood by providing a quality education and safe environment for them that nurtures their development.
Laurie Kagay reflects on Paul's words in remembrance of Jesus, "It is more blessed to give than to receive." We’ve found it to be true! In putting the needs of the weak at the forefront of our minds, particularly during the holidays, when everyone finds more ways to spend, we’re blessed. Joyful. Thankful. Content.
This year's Hopewell Fall Festival welcomed over 600 guests. Take a look at all the fun that was had, and who made it possible!