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The Return of the Cold Warrior

The Return of the Cold Warrior

December 3 rd 2020 by Gregory Thompson

Reflections on Rod Dreher's Live Not by Lies.

Grace Under Pressure

Grace Under Pressure

October 29 th 2020 by Asher Imtiaz

A photo essay.

Through a Looking Glass Darkly

Through a Looking Glass Darkly

October 29 th 2020 by Jessica Hooten Wilson

How (and how not) to be certain of yourself.

Journeying from Fear to Love
With Faith Like a Child

With Faith Like a Child

October 29 th 2020 by Sally Lloyd-Jones

Learning from Jesus's nearest and dearest.

Liberated to Play

Liberated to Play

October 29 th 2020 by Stephanie Hruzek

Recovering Jürgen Moltmann and a paradigm for living into God's victory. 

Crisis Philanthropy: Challenges and Opportunities

Crisis Philanthropy: Challenges and Opportunities

October 29 th 2020 by David Weekley and Robin Bruce

An interview with David Weekley and Robin Weekley Bruce.

Leadership in Uncertain Times
Spiritual Practices for Public Leadership

Spiritual Practices for Public Leadership

October 29 th 2020 by Andy Crouch

Guarding one's soul in and out of season.

Proverbs from the Poor

Proverbs from the Poor

October 29 th 2020 by Jimmy Dorrell

Insights on living below the margins.

Wisdom for Uncertain Times

Wisdom for Uncertain Times

October 29 th 2020 by Craig Bartholomew

A biblical tour.

Seeking Patterns Beneath

Seeking Patterns Beneath

October 29 th 2020 by Debra Rienstra

Lessons on creative wisdom from jazz and its disciplines.

Uncertainty: The Beauty and Bedrock of Statistics

Uncertainty: The Beauty and Bedrock of Statistics

October 22 nd 2020 by Sarah Hamersma

Sometimes a bit of uncertainty can be a marvelous thing.

Deeper Still

Deeper Still

October 15 th 2020 by Doris Fleck

Facing fear, chronic illness, and death throughout a lifetime of uncertainty.

The Colour of the Soil

The Colour of the Soil

October 8 th 2020 by Gracy Olmstead

How the discovery of the lies in one part of America’s agrarian tradition led to the discovery of deep truths in another.