Not many stories about God begin with a cuckoo clock, but Anne's does.
God is certainly in the big moments, but something about his small blessings communicates such abundant love.
The Middle Tennessee community raised a record amount for One Generation Away at our largest fundraiser of the year!
Three clergymen walk into a food warehouse and drop off a $20,000 check. Sounds like the set up to a joke, but it is an incredible and humbling truth.
At OneGenAway, each day of service is another day of encountering people in places they never thought they'd be, people who feel separated from the rest of the world. But we were never meant to be alone. Right?
Which is a healthier meal: two apples or mac and cheese? What if it’s organic mac and cheese and a non-organic apple? What if the mac and cheese contains GMOs?
e met James when he stepped out of the porta-john at our distribution site and declared, “Man, that was a terrible elevator.”
“My son had to go in the house that they rented [out] and wake the people up because they was asleep, and the baby was asleep in the living room, and it had water around it already.”
If you've volunteered at a distribution, you've probably seen Karen volunteering with her grandkids.
Peggie had no idea she’d have three kids this year.