As churches fret over institutional decline, they forget to listen to the needs of their local communities and respond with entrepreneurial (and lavish) solutions.
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The social entrepreneur behind The Mentoring Project shows how the church can stand in for a generation without dads.
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.
Two ministries collaborate in New York without having to define, in advance and for all time, who they are and what they believe.
Asking powerful people for help in the name of God is profoundly religious work, says the president of Bread for the World.