This story is from our team in Jakarta. It’s a powerful reminder of the realities of living in a slum–where injustice, life, and death, all come so closely together. (All names have been changed for security reasons). The phone rang. It was Amy at the hospital. “How far do we go before we let someone
Last Friday Gracie and I flew to San Francisco to visit friends and speak in a church. From the airport we made our way to the BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) and took the light rail into the city. Once comfortably installed in our seats I pulled out my laptop and started working on a
Trudy Smith and her husband, Andy, spent two and a half years living in a slum in India with Servants. In the most recent episode of the JesusHacks podcast, Trudy reflects on loving her neighbours and what solidarity looks like.
by Kristin Jack According to Richard Rohr, only two things in life are truly transformational: great love or great suffering. I think he’s right. One of the reasons Susan and I joined Servants and moved to Cambodia all those years ago was an intuitive understanding that by moving out of the affluence and ease of