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7 Ways You Can Empower Girls on International Day of the Girl

Every October 11, we celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child to celebrate the progress made, as well as take a long and hard look at how we can… Read More

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Does the “Breakthrough” Model Apply to Poverty?

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Image Bearers: Those in Poverty Are Just Like Us

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God's Story: The Fall Changed Everything

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Six Activists to Follow in 2019

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Today, social media gives young advocates the opportunity to make their voices heard on a global platform. This means the chance to hear from activists tackling important issues around the world. By listening to the diverse voices, we gain the opportunity to learn, share ideas…and even join the… Read More

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Ending Poverty Together: We’re All Pieces in the Poverty Puzzle

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5 Gallon Challenge: Could You Do It?

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Asia Updates: What God Is Doing in 2019

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Latin America Updates: What God Is Doing in 2019

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