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One new trend in tourism is volunteering while you’re on vacation. It’s not just for spring break any more. Voluntourism is about making a difference in the community where you’re staying. It doesn&rsqu ...

Category: Aid

San Diego, California, doesn’t get the publicity that Los Angeles or San Francisco does, but there is a lot to see and do in the area. It’s estimated that Native Americans lived in the area for 12,000 years. ...

Category: Religion

China has the most people of any nation and also seems to have the highest percentage of people who claim no religious beliefs. Thailand is at the opposite end of the scale, with a reported 94 percent of its people claim ...

Category: Religion

A lot of churches forget to just have fun together. There are a lot of great things to celebrate in August that can build relationships within your faith community. Plan something different for back-to-school month using ...

Category: Holidays and Observances, Religion

The Bible is full of iconic stories, many of which are alluded to in literature, art, music and film. Even if you don’t believe that the Bible is the Word of God, it’s important to understand the characters a ...

Category: Religion

In 2016, the Public Religion Research Institute reported that according to their research, Seattle, WA, tied with Portland, OR, and San Francisco, CA, as the least religious cities in the United States. Although Seattle ...

Category: Religion

A Muslim from Malaysia adapts to a new role outside the cultural norms when she comes to the U.S. to attend university. A U.S.-born Muslim at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) finds community and brotherhood ...

Category: Islam, Religion

It’s been estimated that over a billion people travel each year, and this number is expected to climb in the future. With record numbers of tourists taking in other cultures, it’s time to talk about responsib ...

Category: Religion

Alaska is the largest state in the Union, over twice the size of Texas. Both European and Russian settlers influenced the growth of religion in the state. Traditional life in Alaska was shaped more by the Alaska Native p ...

Category: Religion

Alaska’s nickname is The Last Frontier. Although it’s the least populated state in the nation, it’s one of the most populated areas above the 60th parallel in North America. Most of Alaska’s resid ...

Category: Environment, Religion