“Anyone who does anything to help a child in his life is a hero to me.” ―Fred Rogers
Photo by Paul Nordmann
Students, teachers and parent volunteers of The Soulard School gather together to eat lunch at what they describe as “family style,” just one of many examples of how a sense of community is one of the positive aspects defining this unique south city school.
A Missouri Baptist University incoming freshman already has her career plans laid out in front of her as a full-time missionary, with her sights set specifically on the people of Costa Rica.
Photo by Abigail Scanio
Orphans are the most vulnerable and often the most forgotten members of our society. What would change if we decided to not be discouraged by alarming statistics but instead looked at each individual story as an opportunity to change a life?
Polayya, a boy who is orphaned and living on the streets in India, is shown in this photo courtesy of Mother India Film. He is one of millions of orphans throughout the world, each with a story.
The Association of Black Collegians aims to bring cultural and ethnic awareness to the campus of Missouri Baptist University, while shining a positive light on the challenges and issues that affect us all as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Photo by Chris Hodges