World Changers in Action!

Serve To LEAD is honored to influence the lives of many young people to grow in faith and take action through service to bring wholeness and restoration to the world around them. Osha is a junior who attends the School of Inquiry and Life Sciences at Asheville High. She participates weekly in Serve To LEAD’s […]

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Art for social change!

Art connects people, creates a shared experience, allows space for relationships to form and stories to be communicated. Art is a powerful force for social change. For the past four summers, artist Christopher Holt traveled with Serve To LEAD to the Dominican Republic, to share his time and talents with communities using visual art to […]

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Journeys in Sri Lanka 2018

We recently returned from Sri Lanka with a team of students from Asheville Christian Academy. This team participated in ongoing poverty reduction projects which included building two homes, assisting in a community medical clinic, visiting many schools to support nutrition and education programs, visiting a micro business launched by United Christian Fellowship and Serve To […]

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Gratitude!

Serve To LEAD’s Student Spotlight: Kanaje’ Allen I am an individual that finds fulfillment in helping others. Saying that, having the opportunity to intern with Serve To LEAD is an honor. This organization has helped me become a better individual and it has opened my eyes and has shown me that everything I take for […]

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The Compassion Experience

Last week we took our Girl Power World Changer Club from Isaac Dickson Elementary School on a field trip to the Compassion Experience. The Compassion Experience is an interactive journey through true stories of children living in developing countries and takes participants to the streets, homes, markets, and schools of children whose lives begin in poverty […]

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Travel and Toilets

Our Sri Lanka service team traveled over 1100 miles throughout the country as we served alongside our partners United Christian Fellowship. You can only imagine that with that much travel bathroom breaks were frequent. However, many communities in Sri Lanka lack access to toilets, creating health and safety issues in affected communities. One area where […]

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Welcome to our new intern Priscilla!

Heart of the Cross welcomes Priscilla as our new World Changer Club-Global Leadership Intern! “Hi Heart of the Cross friends! My name is Priscilla Del Aguila Vienrich and I am a junior at Warren Wilson College. I will be joining Heart of The Cross Ministries this year as their first World Changer Club-Global Leadership Intern. […]

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