HNGR Interns on the Field

Teaching without Crayons

Tags: Elementary Education | Teaching | Zambia

How can you teach without crayons or enough books for each student? This was a question that crossed my mind as I met the teachers and students at Musonda Community School. Read More

United Hearts

Tags: Applied Health Science | Palliative Care | Worship

It is 7:42am, and a faithful congregation of elderly Thai folks are gathering for the morning devotional in the Ruam Jai village outside of Chiang Mai, Thailand. Read More

Lord, Make Us Whole

Tags: Agriculture | Economonics | Nicaragua

There’s something divinely human when you find your feet resting against the foot of another person lying in the hospital bed across from you. Read More

Vestiges of Apartheid

Tags: Psychology | Race | Social Psychology | South Africa | Violence

As a semi-amateur community psychologist researcher, I am fascinated by the patterns of language we use to describe others. Read More

A Commitment to Health, Healing, and Wholeness

Tags: HIV/AIDS | India | Palliative Care

My community during my HNGR internship was a palliative care clinic in a large south Asian city that offers holistic, life-prolonging medical care and builds community with people infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS... Read More