Holding Life and Death Together
Headed for a career as a hospice social worker, Bridget Hinton ’14 used Krista Foundation resources to build bridges with patients and take care of herself. Click here for more.
Meet A Colleague
Yusuf put his leadership skills to work for three years through AmeriCorps in Tacoma and though a mentoring program at Northwest Leadership Foundation. He became a Krista Colleague in 2013.
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The Quest for Ethical and Mutual Service - an exploration of how to serve well and transform service experiences into lives of service leadership by Valerie Norwood, Executive Director
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Highlight From The Global Citizen Journal
Volume 5: Special Edition
Household Economics: Practicing Purposeful Living in a Global Commons
With lives that are increasingly pressured by time, consumer culture, and resource scarcity, Sharon Daloz Parks draws on Mennonite and Quaker insights to re-imagine what household economics might look like in both our personal and planetary home.
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The Krista Foundation equips young adults with skills to transform service experiences into lives of service leadership.
Transitioning from a service year can be a disorienting experience. Through mentoring, a colleague community and re-integration services, the Krista Foundation helps young adults fully understand and employ the learnings from their service experience.
Our colleagues touch lives through hands-on volunteer service with organizations such as Peace Corps, AmeriCorps or Jesuit Volunteer Corps.
Our unique peer-mentoring model develops young Christian leaders during their pivotal 20-something years.
Our colleagues' insightful leadership positively shapes our global and local communities.