Why is the Ukraine Crisis Unique?

My heart has been breaking for the people of Ukraine as they face unimaginable pain in the wake of invasion. OneHope has been serving the Church in Ukraine for more than 30 years. Having friends and ministry partners in the country, I’m receiving first-hand accounts of the daily bombings, displaced civilians, and vulnerable children throughout […]

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Afghanistan, a month later

A few weeks ago, the news about the Taliban overtaking Afghanistan was prevalent in the U.S. as news outlets offered a play-by-play of the crumbling situation. Now, Afghanistan related stories are few and far between, primarily about the relocation of refugees in various cities across the country. Although the news cycle has largely moved on […]

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Is prayer all we can do for Afghanistan?

Is prayer all we can do for Afghanistan? “Is prayer all we can do for Afghanistan?”  “Can prayer really make a difference?”  These are questions that many have asked me recently, as believers grapple with the tension of wanting to help during the crisis, but not knowing exactly how to go about it. When we […]

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Blessings, Challenges, and Compassion

Blessings, Challenges, and Compassion I’m thankful for friends like Greg Surratt from Seacoast Church. As he addressed the OneHope team, Pastor Greg encouraged us in our season. Here are the three main takeaways from his talk. I hope it encourages you today.  This year is going to bring blessings because that’s who God is. (Matthew […]

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Cryptocurrency is Changing Everything

Cryptocurrency is Changing Everything When people ask me what I’m thinking about these days, I say “cryptocurrency”. 80% of those sitting across from me start laughing. This isn’t a laughing matter – in fact, it’s far too important of a topic for any leader not to be thinking about. According to a recent report from […]

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Easter in a Time of Digital Innovation

Easter in a Time of Digital Innovation I think we will always remember Easter 2020. Across the world, the body of Christ was quarantining at home and watching church online. Churches made quick pivots to make their virtual Easter services engaging and effective. While I am grateful for the digital innovation that was catalyzed during […]

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