There was pain. There was suffering. There was fear. There was confusion. There was agony. There was shouting. There was uncertainty. There was grief. And there was death. Continue reading “What Makes Good Friday “Good”?”
You can live your life just as you always have for years on end and then one day wake up and realize you are nowhere near the place you expected to be.
That’s exactly where Faithbox member, Kimberly, found herself during the Fall of 2017.
While the world has drastically changed, one thing has not changed and cannot be ignored: the menace of water scarcity threatens communities around the globe! Continue reading “Restoring Our Watershed | Faithbox Impact Story”
Hey Faithbox Family,
With so many things going in our world regarding the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic, we wanted you to hear an encouraging word of hope from our Faithbox Team Member, Ricky Ortiz.
If you find this video to be helpful, feel free to share with someone else on social media or via email.
Ricky has been a part of the Faithbox Team since February 2017, and he currently lives in New York City where he and his wife, Krista, serve as Lead Pastors of Meta Church.
To the Faithbox Community,
I’m not even sure how to begin this letter. Usually, words come easily to me but in this case, I’m struggling to find them. I don’t think you can begin to understand the impact that this community, that each of you, have had on me through the hardest days of my life. Continue reading “A Message of Gratitude from Brandon Janous”
From time-to-time here at Faithbox, we like to share blog posts that are intended to help you live out your faith in practical and relevant ways for everyday life. This post is just that and is about something we are all looking for: Hope!
Nearly every person alive has hoped for something. Continue reading “What Does Hope Look Like?”
Turn on any news outlet and chances are within the first few minutes you’ll be presented with something that is intended to scare you into believing or acting a certain way.
This is especially true in uncertain times like ours when viruses and illnesses like Coronavirus (COVID-19) overwhelm our broadcasts, conversations, and, ultimately, our minds and hearts. Continue reading “Should Christians Be Afraid in Times Like These?”