An energetic group of thirty-seven educators, administrators and business and cultural leaders gathered in California in December 2007 to begin an intense discussion of
how culture movements happen,
how education can better contribute to culture change, and
how networks of passionate leaders can cultivate and embrace change together.
Out of the California...
Times in Hamilton are changing. Theories of secularization have been discredited in many circles as unable to account for the true complexity of human life. People are taking a renewed interest in the role played by religion, both in theoretical perspective and in personal commitment.
Living on the Streets suggests that established religious communities—churches,...
"Golfers, gardeners and Christians are quite entitled to their interest in comfort zones, but they must be more conscious than ever before of the need to avoid allowing their niche from becoming a ghetto, within which they find themselves bowling, or praying, alone."