The Arkansas Dream Center operates a range of programs across the state to address poverty while investing in individuals.
We've identified five retreat centers around the country that can meet specific needs for your team as you recharge and reconnect.
See how unexpectedly becoming an adoptive mom to three children—two of whom have Down syndrome—inspired Heather Avis to pen “The Lucky Few.”
Photographer Kate Gazaway’s passion project, Picture Change, teaches photography to individuals in under-resources communities.
Ben Armstrong leads Christian residential recovery program Three Dimensional Life, serving young men dealing with the struggle from his own past: addiction.
Cincinnati Cooks culinary job-training program helps prepare at-risk residents for employment in food service while instilling confidence and hope.
Each May, Ashlyn and Josh Murphy lead Sawyer’s Art, an art supply drive for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, in honor of their late son.
Connect's Senior Meeting Coordinator Nicole Reynolds shares a few of her tried-and-true tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle on the road.
Canada's capital city of Ottawa, Ontario, is transforming its cultural and entertainment offerings to entice meeting groups this year.
Danise and Jim Owings launched Play on Purpose to develop athletes’ spirituality on and off the field.
The Truett Cathy family invites the public to Easter Eggstravaganza, a free egg hunt and presentation of the gospel.
Best-selling book “The Case for Christ” by Lee Strobel will release in theaters April 7, a week ahead of Good Friday.
Wren & Roch handbags combine high fashion and purpose, empowering survivors of rape, domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Dr. Del Tackett presents factual evidence supporting the book of Genesis in “Is Genesis History?”, coming to theaters Feb. 23.
Filipino missionary Sharon Tonzo moved her life to Clarkston, Georgia, to help refugees adjust to life on U.S. soil.
Milwaukee’s Signature Dance Company engages in a national conversation about police and minorities through FaithWorks.
Dynamic duo The Skit Guys run a successful ministry that allows them to touch audiences all over the country through comedy.
We’re challenging event coordinators with four new year’s resolutions for 2017.
Kimberly Willey reminisces and shares lessons she’s gained from serving as a volunteer.
Director of advancement and logistics for Parliament of the World’s Religions Brian Savage has been upping the profile of his interfaith organization.
Comedy acts like Amy Barnes may be a great fit for faith-based planners looking to book entertainment.
Frequent volunteer Charlton Cunningham recaps memories and lessons from the field.
Comedian Kerri Pomarolli talks about the intersection of her faith and comedy career.
Planners, consider these ideas from recent faith-based music conferences.
Grand Wayne Convention Center adds a guest experience manager position with the goal of enhancing meeting experiences.
San Francisco event venue Bently Reserve gets a standing ovation for its new conference rooms designed with standing desks for meetings.
Nathan and Christy Nockels slowed down to reflect on their journey and share what it’s like on their side of the stage.
Cybersecurity experts Michael Owen and MaryAnne Bobrow share how to keep your information safe in the world of the Internet of Things.
Visit Indy's senior vice president of sales Daren Kingi weighs in on why Indianapolis is a favorite among faith-based groups.
Pavegen flooring systems capture data from footsteps, providing event directors with real-time data and attendees with an unexpected experiential element.
Send Conference, the North American Mission Board's historically annual international gathering, met as three regional events this year.
Connect Faith is looking for culture shapers—event professionals leading a new direction of faith-based events. Nominations are due July 30.