Good News Stories
Most of us are longing for the days when life will return to normal. We’re seeing a flicker of light now, as restaurants and stores have opened. As long as we “social distance” we can gather with a very small group of friends and family again.
July 30, 2020 By Lisa Burkhardt Worley
What happens when God places His heart for the lost in us and directs us from the model He sets forth in the Book of Acts? The result will be “No Place Left”. It’s no wonder, then, that No Place Left (NPL) is seeing the Holy Spirit move
July 24, 2020 By Inez Kirchner
Why don’t people say “TGIM?” TGIF (Thank Goodness it’s Friday!) is a popular exclamation for those longing for the end of a work week and “real life” to begin. When I tell people how excited I am for Monday – TGIM – I get responses suggesting I am
July 23, 2020 By Mike Sharrow
I know a lot of us are asking this question right now. It still doesn’t feel right. I feel like I’ve staggered out of a thick never-ending fog or a nuclear meltdown and as I ventured out to survey the damage this week, nothing looked or felt the same
July 20, 2020 By Lisa Burkhardt Worley
In late February, several hundred influential San Antonio leaders met in support of our city’s most valuable resources—its families. The mission of the event was to share a vision and launch a movement called the Decade of Family
July 16, 2020 By Amy Morgan
Imagine having no health insurance and literally no money. Imagine having as an only income what was panhandled on the corner — and that’s lunch. Lunch for today, anyway. Now add an unplanned pregnancy to the equation.
July 15, 2020 By Janet Garner
The Rivers Team consists of husband and wife duo, Judith and Dwaine Rivers. Together, they are a unique real estate team with deep understanding of both residential and ranch properties.
July 15, 2020 By Editor
At Dwell, we pride ourselves in Real Estate Done Well—that’s what sets us apart! Our services are distinguished by unparalleled quality, detail and execution. Our high level of personalized client care is recognized throughout the industry in Texas.
July 15, 2020 By Editor
Over the past couple of months we’ve had to change the way we do everything because of COVID-19—we’ve changed the way we meet, we’ve changed the way we communicate with friends and family, and we’ve changed the way we do business.
July 6, 2020 By Lisa Burkhardt Worley
Shame-filled thoughts and negative voices fill the man’s head as he drowns in his own despair. He wants relief from this constant barrage of condemnation. He enters the brightly painted building on West Olmos Drive in the heart of the city that is ho
July 11, 2020 By Jessa McClure
Building Pathways out of Poverty through the Love of Christ. When you think of Hill Country Daily Bread Ministries (HCDBM), you would be right to envision an organization that coordinates food and necessities for the poor.
July 6, 2020 By Amy Morgan
There are key moments in our lives that can shape a person. Then there are a series of important events that make a significant impact on you that truly change your life forever.
June 19, 2020 By Denise Marcos
Recent racially charged incidents including the tragic death of George Floyd have stirred ensuing riots and torn open the rawest of wounds–racism. Judging a person according to skin color is an ancient sin. For that reason, God gave this ancient solu
June 18, 2020 By Max Lucado
You may have heard that marriages are predicted to be another casualty of COVID-19. Pundits warn to prepare for an uptick in divorce cases once the courts reopen and couples fed up with each other in quarantine determine to permanently separate.
June 4, 2020 By Amy Morgan
It was 2017 when I received a call from a Pastor inquiring about my bookkeeping business. At that time, I was serving a wide variety of businesses. I knew from the tenor of his voice that there was something wrong.
June 11, 2020 By Lee Ann Crockett
Back in the early days of my faith, I was in a church culture which taught that if I prayed the right prayers, made the right declarations, repeated the right Scriptures, and used enough authority in the whole process, I would avoid trouble.
May 20, 2020 By Debora Daniels Albrecht
Rest at a high rate of speed I was given my first significant corporate opportunity to build out a new department and set of enterprises programs to support a multi-billion-dollar initiative. This was my break! The stakes were high, timeline fixed b
May 8, 2020 By Mike Sharrow
You may have heard some chatter about the pandemic impacting the marginalized in our community. It is real. Church Under the Bridge (CUB) provides for the practical and spiritual needs of the homeless population in our city.
May 5, 2020 By Dianne Talbert
A major decision for anyone reading this article is whether you will truly be a “faith-driven” (as in the very engine, operating system, fuel, source) or a “faith-inspired” entrepreneur.
April 27, 2020 By Mike Sharrow
On April 4, Lead Pastor of Community Bible Church, Dr. Ed Newton, invited his church to be a part of an Easter offering to the city, under the campaign of 'CBC Shares'.
April 21, 2020 By CBC Missions and Marketing Staff
For 50 years, Teen Challenge has been putting hope within reach of every addict through their year-long, peer to peer, recovery through discipleship program. The ministry provides food, shelter and recovery services to over 100 residents.
April 20, 2020 By Adult and Teen Challenge
You may not consider a pregnancy care center and women’s health clinic when thinking about frontline care in the midst of the pandemic. But like many in our world today, life has changed for The Source-San Antonio.
April 16, 2020 By Charity Farrar