a Pittsburgh native, serves as editor-in-chief of digital and print communications for Cru. A 2012 graduate of Ohio University, she received a journalism degree, which so far has taken her around the U.S., to Morocco, Russia, Spain and Moldova. Contact Rachel at Rachel.Ferchak@cru.org.
God has hardwired each of us to experience Him in our own unique ways.
Mallory still suffers physically, but she has found three ways to keep hope alive.
I don’t know how to respond as a white American Christian who is part of the majority culture. I can’t fully understand the pain or the depth of the wounds. But I’m still hurting.
The Bible tells us over and over again to “wait patiently.” What do you do when it feels like God is moving too slowly?
Chronic mental health problems are on the rise, raising serious issues for those working with female students.
How do we move beyond insecurities and fears to communicate our most important news with the most important people in our lives?
I can’t forget the look of anger on his face, fueled by pain. The friend he trusted had just placed him under the ultimate judgment.
What if the technology that brings you face-to-face with the world’s problems became the means to fight back with hope and healing?
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