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Project: Operation Pray for Bible Bee

Published on September 28th, 2016 | by Katherine Forster

What is the largest number of verses you can imagine memorizing in three months? Thirty? Fifty? One hundred? For contestants in the National Bible Bee competition this fall, that number could be as high as almost [&hellip... Read More



Help Us Create an App About Democracy

Published on February 19th, 2016 | by Brandon Coonrod

Dear fellow Rebelutionaries, My name is Brandon Coonrod. I’m a high school senior, Eagle Scout, and fellow disciple of Jesus Christ. I’d like to request your help in fixing political America. Okay, so many of you [&hellip... Read More


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Join the Valentine Card Challenge 2016

Published on January 15th, 2016 | by Moriah Simonowich

Quiet and quick, the hush of expectancy blanketed the dilapidated room with fragile silence. I prayed. Gazing among the faces around me in the remand home or child prison of “M1” in Uganda, I noticed their [&hellip... Read More



I’m Biking Across America to End Slavery

Published on December 23rd, 2015 | by Caleb Norman

Hannah Harmon, a new and dear friend of my family, is on a mission. Since February 2015, she has been working towards an incredible project with an even more incredible goal: She will bike across America [&hellip... Read More



Project: Host Secret Church

Published on December 4th, 2015 | by Courtney Coburn

I am a Christian. My extended family are atheists. I work for a Catholic family. And some of my friends don’t know what they believe. We think radically different things about who we are, what’s wrong [&hellip... Read More



Help Louise Hear

Published on November 11th, 2015 | by Leah Good

Note: This Wednesday we’re taking a break from publishing a winning entry from the Do Hard Things Story Contest to share a time-sensitive project from Leah Good. Read about Louise’s story and prayerfully consider helping her [&hellip... Read More



APPOINT: Join the Fight Against Abortion

Published on October 12th, 2015 | by McKennaugh Kelley

“Do you want a heavier coat?” the lady asked me. Maybe she had seen me trembling as the cold, late-fall wind snaked over us. But as I glanced down at my white hands that were shaking [&hellip... Read More

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