The future leaders of tomorrow

October 1, 2020 SST

By Nancy Price In college, many young adults are often exposed to different belief systems. They’re meeting new people from different races, religions and socioeconomic groups and may become passionate about civic engagement for the […]


When homelessness happens in your own community

September 17, 2020 SST

By Stephanie Dolan When many of us picture someone who is homeless, we may visualize a person who could be dangerous, has an addiction, refuses employment, roams around the streets in a large city begging […]


‘Best Day Ever’

July 23, 2020 SST

By Nancy Price When Laura and Jeff McLinn learned that their son Jordan, then 3, had Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), a progressive and fatal muscle wasting disease that affects about one in every 5,000 boys, […]


‘A part of the community’

July 16, 2020 SST

By Nancy Price In the past 20 years, 70,000 refugees from the Chin state of Mynmar (Burma) have flocked to the United States to escape religious persecution and forced labor. Around 20,000 of those immigrants […]


Building community through gardening

July 9, 2020 SST

By Nancy Price A Southside church’s goal to help locals with food insecurity has brought together hundreds of like-mind volunteers to create a growing community garden. Three years ago, representatives of Bethany Lutheran Church, including […]