The City of Bridges

Anticipating hope, healing, & reconciliation in Saskatoon "For Christ himself is our peace, who has made the two groups one and has...

Family and Belonging

Katelyn, SP staff in Canada, offers snapshots of how God is building family and belonging within her faith community in Downtown Eastside...

Girls' Fellowship

For the past nine years, Aaron and Ema have lived in and served the Botocan community in Quezon City, a section of metropolitan Manila....

It Starts Small

David shares how the kingdom of God is like a mustard seed through the story of New Life Community Church, a church in partnership with...

Investing in the Future

Zahra's New Dress Shop The clatter of a storefront gate rolling open cuts through the still morning. With a flurry of bright color and...

Cultivating Hope

A Church's Grassroots Work toward a Greener Future "You will be like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail. Your...

No Small God

A Small Church Has the Faith to Take on Goliath After the 1992 Los Angeles riots that followed the acquittals in the Rodney King beating...

Praying with the World Race

Jamie, SP staff in Bang Rak, Thailand, are joined by a World Race team as they prayer walk and explore the deep heritage of Christian...

A Flower in the City

In Tegucigalpa, the LAMB Institute, one of our partner organizations, has been ministering in the inner city neighborhood of Flor del...

Sanctuary Resilience Action

Join SP intern Megan and her neighbor Lance on a walking tour of Downtown Eastside Vancouver as they reflect on the role that murals play...

Bangon Botocan

Following a devastating fire that consumed much of Botocan, a squatter community home to our SP Manila team, God's hope appeared in an...

Peaceful Spirit

Joy Lynn, SP staff in the Middle East, and her refugee friends experience the power of art to calm and to heal the soul, even in the...

Do you see this woman?

Suzy, SP staff in Bang Rak, Thailand, reflects on Jesus' piercing question and call to actually see her neighbors. “Simon, I have...