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Volume 1 (Browse contents)
Krista Hunt Ausland
This is a poem by Krista written while she was studying abroad in Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.
Volume 2 (Browse contents)
I Am These People: Finding God and Community in the Streets
A Krista Colleague reflects on community, simplicity, spirituality, social justice and awakening to the realization that she is “these people” on the streets of Tacoma.
Even the smallest of roles shapes the story that is told, whether it is a staged play or the real life of homeless youth.
Book Review: "Walking with the Poor"
Volume 4 (Browse contents)
The Power of Presence: A Post-Katrina New Orleans Reflection
In the midst of Post-Katrina recovery chaos, what does a newly reopened service center - much less a service volunteer - really have to offer?
Volume 5 (Browse contents)
Taking Care: The Quest for an Ethical and Mutual Approach to Service
Can service be unethical? The Krista Foundation's Executive Director Valerie Norwood explores the impact of service on both the individual volunteer and the host community, challenging the reader to help build a culture of care in service volunteerism.
Story Thatching: Living Grace
Social worker Hector Herrera encounters moments of grace in his daily interactions with one of the most vulnerable populations in the U.S.: homeless alcoholics.