Salt + Light: Los Angeles 2013


Introducing "Salt + Light", a video series sharing simple stories of renewal and hope from InnerChange teams around the world. This first one features Alastair Rundle from Los Angeles.

New Ways of Praying

Over the past year, I’ve gathered with a group of Kenyans in the empty storage room of a rec center to pray for our neighborhood. The room is dark and dank, and we all barely fit inside, but I’ve started to call it “the furnace” because I believe our prayer times radiate the love of Jesus out into the neighborhood.

Salt + Light: San Francisco 2013


Introducing "Salt + Light", a video series sharing simple stories of renewal and hope from InnerChange teams around the world. This story features Nettie Spitz from San Francisco.

Xela, Guatemala Video

The InnerCHANGE team in Xela, Guatemal shares about their work with the shoeshine boys and the women's jail.

Building Collapse: When the Poor Became Famous

The InnerCHANGE team in South Asia reflects on the tragedy of the garment factory collapse that killed 1,127 people on April 24th. They share about maintaining a sense of hope in a country that has experienced so much tragedy, and what their team as well as those of us in the West can do to bring change.

Video de Xela, Guatemala

El equipo de CambioInterno en Xela,Guatemala comparte acerca de su trabajo con los jóvenes lustradores y en la cárcel de mujeres.

Danny's Story


The story of Daniel Linn and the Outer Circle team (part of San Francisco's InnerCHANGE) serving in Golden Gate Park.

Sticks and Stones

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me!” I can hear these words being yelled from one student to another on the elementary playground as hurtful words are hurled from one to another. It’s a phrase said in defense, as a cover, in hope that others won’t notice the tears welling up in the eyes as the damaging words sting all the way down to the soul.

A Tale of 3 Young Leaders

Hussein, Nasrim and Mustafa are young men seeking their calling in the context of a 3rd world mega-city. They are alternatively passionately optimistic and woeful, buzzing with ideas of how to change their country and dreaming of moving abroad. What they lack in experience they attempt to make up for with energy. Teeming with ambition, these three emerging leaders jumped at the chance do a book study on the topic of business leadership.