Recent Posts & Updates
With the releasing of the TMZ video showing NFL player Ray Rice punching his then fiancée so hard that she was knocked unconscious, we once again see that domestic violence is a serious and tragic issue among professional athletes.
Butch Patrick is an East Coast World Impact Associate, serving in Philadelphia, PA. He is involved in many endeavors in his neighborhood to bring transformation and the Kingdom to life.
Peter came to work at the World Impact Thrift Store (WITS) through a job-assessment program.
These days, weddings have taken on a life of their own… This was lodged in the back of my mind as my husband Daren and I made our way to Hutchinson Correctional Facility to attend a very different kind of wedding.
I am a product of the urban church and the urban public school system. I am proud that I didn’t have to go outside of the city to get the ministry, education, mentoring, coaching, accountability, and standards of excellence I needed to become the empowered leader I am today.
To decide how they feel about a book, my students look at the cover, read the title, and—if vaguely intrigued—flip open the book to see the pictures, or lack thereof.
As President and CEO of World Impact, a follower of Christ, and an African-American male, I have been deeply grieved by the death of Michael Brown and the events that have followed in Ferguson, Missouri.
I am a teacher: I tie shoe laces, break up and reconcile fights, plan lessons like a well-oiled machine… But at the end of the day, my biggest hope is that I am a friend.
The needs of the homeless are numerous and often undocumented… Often homeless men and women go to the ER and receive minimal care or stop in a clinic where they are shuffled through so the next patient can be seen.
I know what it’s like to be racially profiled. I believe that racial profiling can systemically be dismantled. There must be increased cross-cultural training and racial competency development of officers.
Cuco came to the United States from Mexico to follow God’s calling on his life—teaching others about Jesus.
With all the attention on the violence in the Middle East (and this attention is justified), we may be losing sight about the violence taking place in urban centers within the United States of America.
We are launching our Richmond leadership home in just a few months! It’s been an amazing journey as more and more pieces have fallen into place.
“Be a disciple to help make disciples” is a motto that Precious and Marisol are living by this summer.