Texans and Israelis have worked together to provide the 100,000th meal using Texas Baptist Men's mobile kitchens.
Stories in Charity
One hundred Jewish orphans who initially escaped to Israel at the height of the war in Ukraine were forced to flee again for their safety as Hamas fired rockets into Israel after launching its Oct. 7 assault on civilian communities near the Gaza border.
A program of the Presbyterian Church (USA) has announced that they will be awarding $1.1 million in grants to various groups focused on ending hunger in the United States and abroad.
In the last 12 years, a faith-based organization has worked with thousands of sex trafficking survivors to guide them toward a place of healing thanks to three women who heard horrendous stories and decided they wanted to make an impact.
To misrepresent the Christian virtue of charity and to use it as a tool to attack Christians and curb their religious freedom on the pretext of implementing law and order is simply an authoritarian and anti-democratic act of state violence.
A nondenominational congregation in Massachusetts recently helped distribute more than 1,000 pairs of sneakers and school supplies to local low-income families during a back-to-school giveaway event.
A Jewish couple can continue their legal battle against Tennessee after a Christian foster agency rejected them over religious differences, an appeals court panel has ruled.