Help or hope? The “both/and” approach to evangelism

As we partner with organizations and local churches to spread the Gospel around the world, it is inevitable that we also uncover health and social needs like human trafficking, HIV/AIDs, disease and hunger. It’s only natural that in addition to providing access to Hope, we also want to holistically help whenever possible. While doing research […]

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Behind the scenes: The Bible App for Kids

Who knew that the Bible App for Kids would spread so quickly? We are quickly approaching the 12 million download mark worldwide, boosted by its being downloaded over 2 million times in just 44 days after its Thanksgiving Day 2013 release! The glimpses of kids engaging with the stories of the Bible are beyond what we ever imagined as outcomes […]

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Macro Trend: The Emerging Middle Class

Most Americans would consider themselves “middle class”. But in many other countries, that status is in the minority—people are literally either rich or poor, with not very many in the “middle”. Prosperity is rapidly expanding the middle class around the world and we are just beginning to understand the social impact this rapid swelling will […]

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Technology and kids — a study in contrasts

Since OneHope develops relevant Scripture engagement products and programs geared for children and teens, we closely monitor what is trending globally in pertinent arenas such as education, technology, psychology, spirituality and communication. We have been whiplashed by the sharp contrast in studies that are coming out about the role of technology in child development. Some major […]

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Schools: old-but-new-again concept

Never has the need or desire for education been stronger than it is at this moment in history. Since education has historically proven to be an effective on-ramp for establishing Christianity in society and culture, an old-but-new potential for effective missions has just re-appeared to the Church. Missional schools. Knowledge-based jobs will soon eclipse labor-based […]

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