Increasingly, ministries are starting new ministries and programs serving families and people experiencing homelessness who live in rural areas. Rural homelessness is often a hidden problem – overlooked by national counts that assess the situation – and less visible than in urban areas. This article for Rescue magazine’s … [more]
In the September/October 2015 issue of Rescue magazine, Ami Neiberger-Miller wrote a cover story on hunger in America.
One in six Americans do not get enough to eat. The story profiled who is hungry. how they cope with hunger, the impact of hunger on children, and the effects of hunger on everyone. A sidebar discussed which states are the … [more]
The Washington Post ran an incredible front page story yesterday about Vienna Presbyterian Church in northern Virginia and the congregation’s struggle to deal with sexual, emotional and spiritual abuse of a dozen young girls by a youth minister.
The original abuse was uncovered when one survivor bravely came forward, … [more]
Faith-based nonprofit organizations who want to share their stories in the media definitely have their work cut out for them – a new report reveals that less than one-fifth of journalists view themselves as very knowledgable about religion. Study findings:
– A majority of both the public and reporters sampled believe … [more]
This cover story magazine article by Ami Neiberger-Miller, “Going Green: A Crisis Powerfully Transformed a Camp’s Perspective on Care for the Environment,” examines how Warm Beach Christian Camps and Conference Center overcame an environmental crisis and won new supporters in the community. The article was … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller wrote this article offering tips for rescue mission staff on coping with public relations during a crisis. She interviewed staff from the Portland Rescue Mission in Oregon and City Rescue Mission in Oklahoma City. The article reminded readers to keep media lists up to date, know their core messages and best targets … [more]
In this cover story for Rescue magazine, Ami Neiberger-Miller profiled Sue Papillon, an Ivy League college graduate who struggled with alcoholism for three decades, saw her life hit rock bottom and became homeless, and then found her way to sobriety with the help of a rescue mission. She ultimately went to law school. The magazine is … [more]
In this article, “Going Green: How Rescue Missions Are Creating Healthier Environments for the People They Serve, Saving Money, & Aiding the Planet,” Ami Neiberger-Miller writes about how these organizations that help the homeless are transforming their work through environmental stewardship. She interviewed … [more]
This magazine article by Ami Neiberger-Miller discussed how an afterschool tutoring program in a rescue mission is helping homeless children get up to grade level and be successful academically. The article was published in Rescue magazine, which is produced by the Association of Gospel Rescue Missions. Clip available by request. … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller enjoyed writing this cover story article on revolutionizing food service at Forest Home Ministries for the Christian Camp & Conference Association’s InSite magazine in its March/April 2008 edition. Listening to guests and improving quality of the dining experience and food served, helped the … [more]
Ami Neiberger-Miller interviewed Joe White of Kanakuk Camps about his approach to leadership development and staff training, in this article for InSite magazine, which is published by the Christian Camp & Conference Association. The camp ministry touches more than 15,000 young people annually. Read the article. … [more]
My new article, “Why Do Some Camps THRIVE While Others Fade Away?” explores this topic from the perspective of Christian camp and conference centers, who are grappling with how to balance philanthropy, ministry and business … [more]