Fannie Lou Hamer

As we celebrate Black History Month, there are countless events, people and groups that are worthy of our time and reflection. As a Christian organization that desires to see all people flourish, we want to recognize the lives and work of Christians in Black History. One example is Fannie Lou Hamer, a Black woman from Mississippi. She was a Civil Rights activist who was part of the StudentĀ Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) and founded the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Continue reading

Where to get the Podcast

We All Need Each Other is available on several platforms in both video and audio formats. Here's a link to We All Need Each Other page each of those platforms: Continue reading

Episode 1 - Empathy

We're so excited to announce the premiere episode of We All Need Each Other! Click here for video Click here for audio What better way to start the podcast than with two former Transformation Ministries staff members? Arielle Grant and Raquel Storey joined Dan Weiss for a conversation about empathy. Continue reading

A New Resource from Transformation!

One of the values of Transformation Ministries is "We All Need Each Other." Each person has unique gifts, ways of thinking and experiences. Each one of us is created in the image of God, but we all reflect that image differently. We can help each other broaden our perspectives and more fully understand God and the world around us. With that in mind, we're excited to announce a new resource from Transformation Ministries ... the We All Need Each Other Podcast! Continue reading