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Seek Justice

As an international organization, we value the candor with which colleagues speak into our lives. Coming from other cultures, they see things we don’t. They help correct our blind spots. With that in mind, we’re posting this piece written by a European partner. ____________ I’m sure we’re grieved about the events in the U.S. and…

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Follow the Leader

Injustice grieves God, and it grieves us too. We cry out to the Lord in lament. Whether we witness wrong here in the States or in some faraway place, Jesus, who led by example, calls us to identify with the hurting, to enter on the side of the oppressed, to follow him in taking the…

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After Corona

In many ways, Interserve has a bottom-up leadership structure: We entrust decision-making to local teams–they are the ones who best understand the context. Here’s a reflection from Alex, a team leader in Southeast Asia, as his team considers post-corona adjustments. By now you’ve hopefully realized that the plan can’t be to just ‘sit this out’…

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Covid-19 and Our Partners

Covid-19 has turned the world topsy-turvy. We wanted to share with you this note from our Executive Director answering questions you might have:  What about Interserve Partners overseas? Here’s some of what we’re hearing: “My program is quite busy preparing for responding to the pandemic.  The ‘wave’ hasn’t hit yet. For now I still will…

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Note from the field

My housemate and I have taken leadership of the strategic initiative to “open additional pathways of care for those with mental and emotional health needs.” The gap in care for people with mental health needs is huge—a recent study in this country showed up to 95% of those needing care do not get it. Among…

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