On Mission Stories

The Church has not stopped reaching the masses just because of COVID-19. Read these INCREDIBLE stories of the faith community’s mission work, loving of neighbors, and creative solutions during the coronavirus crisis.

Rethinking the Links to Rehabilitation

Rethinking the Links to Rehabilitation

When COVID-19 began shifting the landscape of daily life, Executive Director, Barbara Campbell, immediately reached out to the very populations reLink.org was designed to help. “The first thing we did in response to the coronavirus was finding out how addiction...

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Cultivating Relationships and Resources

Cultivating Relationships and Resources

Cultivate has compiled 602 resource bags and dropped them off on the front porches of almost every household in Milo-Grogan. Inside those resource bags, they included household essentials like toilet paper, cleaning supplies, activities for kids, playing cards, and...

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Three Generations of Caring Operations

Three Generations of Caring Operations

“This is a third-generation pregnancy center—that means we could have clients whose mothers and grandmothers have relied on our care.” When COVID-19 came to Ohio, The Pregnancy Center of Greater Toledo came together to develop their response and adapt to changing...

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Feeding the Body to Nourish the Soul

Feeding the Body to Nourish the Soul

Palm Sunday was different this year at Mary Queen of Peace. Normally, parishioners would grab palms on their way to their pews. Instead, Father Doug Brown, pastor of Mary Queen of Peace, hosted a drive-by distribution of palms. Wearing a mask and gloves and standing...

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Love Akron in Action

Love Akron in Action

As he watched the COVID-19 outbreak leave a trail of cancelled fundraisers and dwindling funds, Kemp Boyd became consumed with financial concerns for his organization and its employees… As the new Executive Director of Love Akron, he was unsure how the organization...

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Hope Springs Eternal in Cincinnati

Hope Springs Eternal in Cincinnati

The Finneytown School District’s monthly food stipend for families was at risk of going to waste because of COVID-19 precautions. Pastor Tim Dunn, lead minister at Lifespring Christian Church, encouraged his church to step up. Now they regularly help coordinate the...

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