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Eugene Cho on Cultivating a Heart of Justice

In 2009, Seattle pastor Eugene Cho and his wife, Minhee, founded One Day’s Wages—a grassroots movement aimed at alleviating extreme poverty around the world. His book Overrated is in part a behind-the-scenes look at the convictions and issues that led to this organization’s creation and that drive its work today. While the book is deeply… Continue reading Eugene Cho on Cultivating a Heart of Justice

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Healing Hearts and Improving Incomes in West Africa

(World Renew - 01/31/13) - How do you do ministry in a region that is ridden with conflict, violence, and uncertainty? These are the very challenges facing many of World Renew’s staff working for justice and mercy in West Africa. Not only are people in West Africa among the poorest in the world, several have… Continue reading Healing Hearts and Improving Incomes in West Africa

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Building homes and hope in Haiti

Recently I joined the writing staff of an international relief and development agency which serves individuals affected by poverty, hunger, disaster, and injustice. It can be a challenge to mobilize support for brothers and sisters in these situations. I have much to learn about them and from them; I want to serve their stories well.… Continue reading Building homes and hope in Haiti