What if world-changers don't look like we've imagined them?
Sunday School wasn't always a thing...
There is a lot of excitement this month in the Alongsiders International office as we launch the brand new Discipleship Training Manuals
"I felt at first like only smart people, older people, or leaders could be Alongsiders. Not just any member of the church...."
Statistics on orphans can be misleading. Let's take a look at one of the most overlooked aspects of orphan care.
The most important decisions in the Alongsiders movement aren't made in a North American headquarters, but under a hot tin roof in the rural villages and urban slums of Asia and Africa
The story of Serey Choeng, one of the earliest leaders of Alongsiders in Cambodia, embodies many of the lessons we have learned.
Jesus was a master of this form of communication, and His teachings have stood the test of time partly because He wrapped them in compelling parables and sayings.
The inspiring story of one who was overlooked.
Learning the one thing that never fails to bring us closer to God.
His story doesn't have a Hollywood ending, but you'll be surprised what you learn from this young man.
This is what happens when 400 young Cambodians gather to fellowship, train, play games and worship God. Plus glitter.
We want to be very clear about how God has called us to serve.
Saron says, "I saw her situation..."
There was something I didn't realize about Kheing.
Alongsider relationships nurture four characteristics in children and youth that increase their courage and, therefore, their resiliency.
Sorn may not seem like much. If you were looking for a leader, or a game changer, a guy like Sorn might not turn your head.
How could I possibly love a family and community so much and still walk away?
This is what happens when two young women step out of their comfort zones.