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It is hard to believe that I just recently completed my first year at World Impact. One of the things that I was committed to in this first year was to be the best student of World Impact I could be so that I could tell the story of our transformative work everywhere that I go.
“Perhaps God is grieved by the good things we miss out on more than the ways that we fail Him.” I have thought about this statement often since I heard it quoted out of a sermon a few months back.
A young man wandered down our block this morning. He appeared lost and cold. He had no hat and no gloves. My husband Daren, who was working in our shed, noticed him and asked what he was looking for.
As the year wraps up, we want to highlight what God has done in each region of World Impact, particularly in the realm of our new Focus Areas. Here's a summary of 2014 from the East Coast.
There has been a lot of political commentary in recent weeks. There has been a lot of social media and blog commentary. There has also been theological and Christian-based commentary. All surrounding the protests to the Grand Jury decisions in Ferguson and New York.