Crafted With Care
Meet the Makers
Meet men and women who are making a living with their hands—from colorful candy in the Dominican Republic to beaded jewelry in Tanzania.
When Kids Make Their Own Joy
Plastic bags, rocks, cardboard: Sometimes the most fun comes from regular stuff.
Photo essay: In India, a gift of rubber tree saplings allows a father to create a new life for his family. Follow him as he turns sap into a finished product.
Praying Over Busy Hands
God is the ultimate creator, and we are made in his image—so we, too, were made to create. Pray with us for the people mentioned in this issue who make their living with their hands.
Kristy J. O’Hara
A Child’s Hands at Work
Not everyone who works with their hands has a choice. Read Bithi’s story, who had to leave her childhood behind far too early.