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In the Third World, people lose their livelihoods because they lack eyeglasses that cost $5 in the United States. Kassalow’s company, VisionSpring, uses market strategies to combat this problem.
Budding scientist Jasón Martin-Showes, 7, peers into a microscope during science night at Winton Montessori Elementary School in Cincinnati. The annual event is organized with support from Parents for Public Schools of Greater Cincinnati, one of many nonprofits that Strive is bringing together in collaborative partnerships to improve education in the region. Photo courtesy of Parents for Public Schools of Greater Cincinnati
In Cincinnati, Strive is a new kind of ‘catalytic’ nonprofit, bringing others together to ensure academic success for children.
Katie Sandquist paints a door as part of the ceremonial announcement of the Block by Block program in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Sandquist and her husband Andrew are among the homeowners who received help from the program. Liz Martin/The (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) Gazette
Rebuilding a community, block by block. An innovative partnership created by two United Methodist pastors revitalizes flood-ravaged neighborhoods in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Vibrant institutions, thriving community, and traditioned innovation all come together at a church in the increasingly stony ground of New England.
City Seminary students gather at Flushing library to read Scripture together before prayer walk. Courtesy of City Seminary
Global Christianity is in New York. Mark Gornik and City Seminary are preparing its leaders, using an innovative model of theological education.
Two ministries collaborate in New York without having to define, in advance and for all time, who they are and what they believe.
Leadership Education at Duke Divinity teaches a way of thinking that holds the past and future in tension, not in opposition.
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