My Life

“My Life” There are quotation marks around our lives. What we are saying with our lives makes a difference to others. We may not say a word but what we do speaks volumes. Let the volume of our actions be louder than the volume of our words. The world would […]Read More...

I Thirst...

Jesus had been on the cross for some six hours. The blood vessels in His body were almost dried up. Fever raged though Him. His was tongue now parched and cleaved to His jaw. The spiritual desolation expressed as He cried, “My God, my God, why has thou forsaken me?” […]Read More...

A Contagious Medicine

Blog by Lukas Hermann   A contagious medicine It was a cold yet sunny day when we walked through central park in New York. Our task was simple: Find someone who is willing to make a picture of you with his or her camera and send it to you. We tried […]Read More...

Compassion comes from the heart of Jesus

Compassion comes from the heart of Jesus by Pernille Rasmussen As I began to think about compassion, I was at first looking for good experiences where I have shown compassion to others. But once again I realized that first of all, I am not the giver of compassion, but rather […]Read More...

Compassion is About Others

Blog by Josh Wood.   It is interesting how the smallest things can make the biggest difference. Since I arrived in New York City I have seen more deliberate acts of compassion than I have ever experienced before. Perhaps it is because I am part of a project that aims […]Read More...

“Are you okay?”

Blog by Alveena Pillay We walked into a mall and after “window shopping” I felt the need to walk into a store and walk directly to the counter. The lady behind the counter had tears streaming down her face and even though I caught her off guard, she wiped them […]Read More...

Compassion in the Church

Compassion in the Church – by Pastor Jose Cortes Jr.   After I finished my sermon at the Youth Auditorium, in one of our Campmeetings in western United States many youth and young adults came to say hello and to thank me for the message. Yet I noticed a young man, […]Read More...

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