The Arkansas Dream Center operates a range of programs across the state to address poverty while investing in individuals.
Pavegen flooring systems capture data from footsteps, providing event directors with real-time data and attendees with an unexpected experiential element.
Chicago’s Salt & Light Coalition coaches survivors of human trafficking to prepare them for careers in the wellness industry.
Send Conference, the North American Mission Board's historically annual international gathering, met as three regional events this year.
Christian music artists like Kim Walker-Smith and Mandisa have stepped outside of their comfort zones and released surprising new music recently.
These creative Fourth of July design and decor ideas from meeting planners show off patriotic themes.
The 10 most popular Connect Faith stories from June 2017 spanned the subjects of F&B, places, technology, music and more.
We've identified five retreat centers around the country that can meet specific needs for your team as you recharge and reconnect.
Hospitality industry vet Andre van Hall adopts an open mind and an attitude of curiosity as he embraces life without sight.
Her powerhouse vocals are reason enough to love Kari Jobe, but we're sharing three more reasons the Grammy nominee inspires us.
“Unsubscribe" author Jocelyn Glei shares why we're so addicted to email and how we can communicate in a more effective, manageable way.
Here's why we're confident serving mocktails, which are packed with flavorful and add fun, will be a win at your next event.
With a heart for God, a funky style and a mission to empower girls and women everywhere, Julianna Zobrist is an MVP in the Christian music scene.
Connect Faith is looking for culture shapers—event professionals leading a new direction of faith-based events. Nominations are due July 30.
These 5 Jewish delis around the country prove that good bagels do exist beyond the Big Apple.
See how unexpectedly becoming an adoptive mom to three children—two of whom have Down syndrome—inspired Heather Avis to pen “The Lucky Few.”
These inventive creations from the most recent Canadian National Exhibition are a must-try for meetings in Canada.
Photographer Kate Gazaway’s passion project, Picture Change, teaches photography to individuals in under-resources communities.
These three travel apps can direct you to authentic meal experiences, lesser known locales and safety warnings to keep you in the know.
We're taking a look back at the most-read stories from May 2017, which made us ask big questions but also made us smile.
Ben Armstrong leads Christian residential recovery program Three Dimensional Life, serving young men dealing with the struggle from his own past: addiction.
For its 20th anniversary, the Thistle Farms community is changing things up with new products and a property facelift.
Kevin Molyneaux has several degrees under his belt, has worked as an addiction counselor and is now attending seminary. The kicker? He has cerebral palsy.
Veteran Winter Jam planner Shannon Habas shares the heart and history behind the national Christian music tour, which just completed its 2017 events.
Cincinnati Cooks culinary job-training program helps prepare at-risk residents for employment in food service while instilling confidence and hope.
“Powered by Purpose” was the theme of this year’s Leadercast Live. Learn how several leaders define purpose and what it takes to find yours.
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.
Straight from the authors’ mouths, here’s why each of these new releases should be added to your spring reading list.
Take a look back at the most-read stories from the month of April, which took us from Catalyst West in California to Gainesville, Georgia.
We're presenting the facts so you can answer an extremely important question: Where can you find the best complimentary airline snacks?
An event's livestream can lead to increased social engagement, marketable content and an insider’s perspective to those unable to attend.
Hungry For A Day encourages people to fast and donate what they would have spent on food to a partner organization.
Are hotel Bibles becoming a thing of the past?
Pope Francis has established a laundromat in the center of Rome that's free of charge to those in need.
Room drops and speaker gifts from inspirational gift manufacturer Glory Haus could be just the ticket if you’re looking to support the greater good.
Hobby Lobby President Steve Green discusses his latest mission: Educate groups of all faiths with the upcoming Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.