It is common to think about engaging in missions either locally or globally. Should I engage with the people living in my own neighborhood and find ways to serve? Or should I extend myself into a cross-cultural setting in another...

Lahash is sending our largest team yet to East Africa this summer. We'll host our 6th biannual Lahash East Africa Conference in Nairobi, Kenya. After the conference we'll spend time at several of our partnerships and meet up with the...

Two families find a heart connection from opposite sides of the world  For families living in poverty, the burden to find food is a heavy one. Things like education, medical care, and basic household items seem like unattainable luxuries when a...

"A Model That Works" A Letter from Dan Holcomb, Executive Director Nipe Tumaini (NEE-pay Tu-ma-EE-nee) is a beautiful farm and children’s home located deep in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley. Nipe Tumaini is Swahili for “give me hope,” and the incredible staff there...

“Family to Family” An Interview with Lahash Sponsorship Director Katie Nelson In Rwanda, the impact of the 1994 genocide is still acutely felt, even as the survivors raise a new generation of children. Sponsorship Director Katie Nelson saw both heartache and hope...

The Servant Teams program invites young people from all walks of life to answer God’s call into missions and social justice. Yevette Garcia answered that call, and gained new perspective with each step she took. “A Heart-Changing Hike” by Yevette Garcia I knew...