We tend to give money in response to a felt need or a tragedy—it’s emotional and the results are measurable. But what would it look like to take it one step further and become a prevention giver instead of an intervention giver?
It can be hard to maintain hope in the middle of chaos. But our hope isn't anchored to circumstances, theological opinions, or a book. Our hope is anchored to an event—an event that rekindled the dwindling hope of the first followers of Christ.