What we CAN do for Modern-Day Refugees

The daily news cycle drives us face to face with the plight of millions of refugees seeking to escape conflict in Iraq and Syria. These realities hit home for me since I grew up with my missionary parents in the Middle East. We experienced firsthand the ravages of war, being evacuated several times and finally […]

Read More

On Easter

In anticipation of Easter, I value the practice of Lent.  I admit it’s very challenging for me as a Type A charger and maximizer. I’m wired to increase everything, so it’s truly a discipline to intentionally commit to a season of decrease. However, during Lent this year I had the privilege of reframing my thinking through […]

Read More

Outcome Based Ministry—What is it? 

OneHope has been around for nearly three decades. It’s not by accident, and we didn’t just get lucky; we realize that we have absolutely been granted God’s favor to continue doing Kingdom work. Part of that, I believe, is because we have not only chosen for our ministry to be Spirit-led, but also because we […]

Read More

Which should you spend more on—ministry design or website design?

There’s no question that the world around us is changing at breakneck speeds. Even as I type this and you read it, Twitter’s popularity probably dropped a few percentage points and a new scientific study elongating the life of someone with a terminal illness is being released. At the same alarming rate that the world […]

Read More

A tribute on Mother’s Day

As a South Floridian I’m required to be a Miami Heat fan, but I put my loyalties aside to cheer when Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder was awarded the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award last week. His acceptance speech is one that will not soon be forgotten. He opened AND closed with thanking […]

Read More

Syria: How can we help the children in Crisis?

Read part 1–Children in Crisis Last year, OneHope partnered with Near East Initiatives (NEI) to conduct a qualitative research study so we could better understand the complex needs and actual challenges faced by refugee children and families who fled from the war in Syria. The outcome of this study is to equip faith-based organizations with […]

Read More