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Impact

Check back here soon to see more highlights of The Boston Project’s impact in our neighborhood and city. Until then, check out some of these pages for our most up-to-date stories and updates:

 

Recent Newsletters

Click here to download our most recent every-other-month Boston Project Newsletters, full of stories, pictures, volunteer opportunities, and more!

 

Recent Blogs

Check out recent reflections from our staff about life and ministry with The Boston Project. Get a feel for our neighborhood and learn about our approach to ministry as we share our victories and struggles. Our most recent posts:

CCDA Principle: Leadership Development

This is our second post from an 8-part series on the principles of CCDA (Christian Community Development Association), and how they apply to our ministry context in Boston. Leadership development is essential for sustained change in our community because it is rooted in the biblical desire to equip people to grow in their God-given gifts (Ephesians 4:13). We believe that every neighbor, volunteer, and staff has potential for leadership in their lives. Leadership is about influence. Even a 7-year-old boy at […]

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Sharing Stories, Sharing in Suffering

For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last he will stand upon the earth. ~ Job 19:25   When Job wrote these words, he was in the midst of incredible suffering. His entire family and all of his accumulated wealth had been destroyed in a moment. To Job and those closest to him, there was no way to make sense of the tragedy. He was a God-follower. Why would such tragedy strike his life? His friends told […]

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CCDA Principle: Relocation

This is our first post from an 8-part series on the principles of CCDA (Christian Community Development Association), and how they apply to our ministry context in Boston.   By Liz Cressy  In the Bible, John writes “The Word (Jesus) became flesh and blood, and moved into the neighborhood” (John 1:14, The Message). Jesus’ example inspires us. Relocation is about being present. It is neither paternalistic nor about moving people, rather it is an “unconditional commitment to a particular neighborhood.” […]

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