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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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M1 giving cards

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


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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


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Secret-Church

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


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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


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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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