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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Are you a World Changer?

Greetings Heart of the Cross friends, Have you ever wondered what makes someone a world changer?  I was in a local school recently talking with staff about our World Changer Clubs. Someone said to me, “That’s a big name to live up to!” At face value maybe it seems that way. However, we are all […]

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World Change Begins with ME!

The COURAGE to take ACTION! I just led a week of service for local middle schoolers and I saw a lot of students exercise courage. It got me thinking about this quality of character. What is courage? According to one dictionary, courage is “the choice and willingness to confront agony, pain, danger, uncertainty or intimidation.” […]

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Living as Servant Leaders!

What do you do as a leader when things don’t go as planned? Our World Changers at Carolina Day School recently experienced this challenge. This club decided that they wanted to lead an effort to enhance the quality of life for women and children by providing good nutrition and educational materials. To live out their mission […]

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Girl Power!

Our “Girl Power” World Changer Club is hard at work collecting gently used children’s furniture for families moving from Steadfast House into their own homes. This group has designed and led, quality service initiatives to uplift the children and mothers living at Steadfast House. From making, baking, and delivering Valentine’s cookies and bouquets, to collecting […]

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Asked, “What are you doing for others?”

“Every man must decide whether he will walk in the light of creative altruism or the darkness of destructive selfishness.  This is the judgment.  Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?” – Martin Luther King, Jr. From Asheville to Sri Lanka, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Zambia, Serve to Lead […]

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