How two musicians turned street ministry into a song

Jul 27, 2020 by and

CHICAGO — On a Monday night, a dozen musicians sit on mismatched chairs in a sparse room inside a one-story brick building that used to be a discount store. If not for the 8-foot pine cross stuck on a chunk...

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When bubbles burst

Aug 5, 2019 by

We all live in bubbles. That truth hit home this week as I caught up with my friend Eric at Panera Bread. He described in his travel last fall along the “justice road” of the Civil Rights movement of the...

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Sex trafficking and the Super Bowl

Feb 3, 2016 by

Perhaps you’ve seen it in your newsfeed this year or in a year past. Regardless of who published it, the article is likely to have a shocking headline similar to: “Super Bowl is Largest Human Trafficking...

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Students intern with anti-trafficking program

Apr 24, 2015 by and

ROSEDALE, Ohio — When Karissa Brenneman and Taylor Herr arrived at Rosedale Bible College as students last year, they didn’t know that in 2015 they would be driving the streets of Columbus in a van,...

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