Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations have closed their doors. “Help Wanted” and “Hiring” signs appear at many businesses. However, according to Jim and
When Eugene Cho sees images of refugees from the war in Ukraine, he starts thinking about his father, who grew up during the Korean War.
American forces continue working under heightened security and threats of another attack as the Aug. 31 deadline for U.S. troop withdrawal looms. A suicide bombing
Matthew Reams said that for him and his wife, Dani, it was just a reflex to help feed the county’s children when the schools there
By Grace Thornton The Alabama Baptist Linda Sheppard said the couple had been all over Dothan trying to get help before they showed up at
Croutons and crackers isn’t much of a supper. But near the end of last year’s fall festival at First Baptist Church, Woodstock, in Bibb Baptist
More and more lower-income U.S. adults say they worry “a great deal” about hunger and homelessness, according to a recent Gallup poll. An average of