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Margo Engberg: Creating Cupcakes and Community

This video comes courtesy of our friends over at Centered , a site focused on faith, work and leadership. Margo Engberg is the mother of four adopted children from Guatemala and the founder of Pinkabella Cupcakes , a gourmet cupcake boutique. Since founding PinkaBella six years ago, Margo has donated...Read more +

Tegu: Building Blocks to Rebuild Communities

Tegu: Building Blocks to Rebuild Communities
Tegu builds magnetized wooden blocks that kids around the world enjoy, but they are also committed to sustainably serving the Honduran community.Read more +

Negative Splitting

Negative Splitting
Making resolutions? Try working towards a strong finish, not just a new beginning.Read more +

Love Cannot Be Measured

A woman named Deborah was teaching her young daughter to count. One memorable day, the little girl realized that numbers could express quantity. She said, “Mommy, I love you 10 times.” She frowned a moment and said, “No, Mommy, I love you 20 times.” Later, the little girl said, “Mommy,...Read more +

Mothers Don't Remember

Mothers Don't Remember
Howard Butt Jr. shares a message about a mother's love. At the end of the day, true relationships are about grace, not grudges.Read more +

"What Kind of Change Should We Strive for in Our Communities?" - Andy Crouch

"What Kind of Change Should We Strive for in Our Communities?" - Andy Crouch
Cultures are designed to ward off impact. Instead, I think we need to look for more modest words: words like influence, words like create, and words like contribute.Read more +

Create Good: Harvesting Quiet Gifts of Good

I grew up in a family entrenched in ministry. I saw shepherding and serving as difficult and thankless. My parents often burned-out on doing good but never pulled back for times of respite. The older I became, the more I resented their focus on other people, especially since my siblings...

Create Good: Finding Purpose in a Pickle Jar

I love pickles–ALL sorts of pickles. Pickle spears to accompany sandwiches, dill slices on hamburgers, little gherkins for snacking, and giant pickles on a stick (the kind they sell at the state fair). Consequently, we have a lot of pickle jars at my house. I used to throw them away...

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