Knowing Hope

Knowing Hope, by Cindy Morrison Seventeen years ago I embarked on a journey of faith which forever changed my life. I had received a beckon to follow boldly in His lead, even though it would mean living a very non traditional life. Despite being a bit terrified, the resulting yes to that call enabled family continue reading »

Melanie and the Micah Launch

Here is our intern Melanie Yong’s reflection on last week’s Micah 6:8 Launch: On a cold Sunday morning in March, the Boston Faith & Justice Organization launched our first Service Learning program in partnership with Salvation Army in Malden, MA. It has been a project that we have talked about for months and deliberated over continue reading »

Feeling good . . . doing good . . .

Social Justice Is Not Meant to Make Us Feel Good About Ourselves By Miriam Riad I walked hurriedly toward the Park Street T stop. This was not how I was expected to feel after my first day volunteering at the women and children’s shelter. As I got on the train and sat down, tired, I continue reading »