Daniel and Teresa Wolkiewicz had survived the tumult of the 1980s in Poland. They began the 1990s full of hope that the new Poland would provide more opportunity for them and their family.
As we sat at a table in Cottier's pub café, Peter drew us in to the story of his life journey with a gentle authenticity that betrayed obvious signs of rough edges and a troubled past.
Why would a woman leave the comforts of her Southern California way of life and move by herself to a crime-infested, impoverished region in Honduras? One might guess she would either be out of her mind or perhaps feel she has an extraordinary purpose to fulfill.
Serve The City Volunteer Weeks are happening all over the world! Here is a glimpse into the Big Volunteer Week that took place in Brussels this month!
Following is the journey of how our Communitas Twin Cities church is now in the midst of one of the coolest evangelism experiences. Read more . . .
Decoupage is a CA church plant in Madrid, Spain that describes itself as a community of Christian artists in the Malasaña neighborhood. Each month they invite their neighbors to experience the gospel through a collective art project they call the "Guerilla Art Workshop".
For 2 years every Monday and Tuesday night Serve the City Brussels volunteers have been serving a meal to the homeless at Gare du Nord under the leadership of CA staff member Nino. This group doubles as a serving expression of The Well. The photo below is a beautiful mix of volunteers and our friends on the street, celebrating two years of food and friendship. But on Saturday, things took an unexpected turn.
CA's Director of Staff Care and Development documents his travels and the work God is doing in Portugal.