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Work and Family in Sync

Work and Family in Sync

November 15 th 2018 by Brian Dijkema, with Rachel Anderson, Katelyn Beaty

There’s a time to work, and a time to raise children. We should be concerned when those rhythms are interrupted.

Trading Brunch for the Eucharist

Trading Brunch for the Eucharist

November 8 th 2018 by Sarah Dahl

The church is a jarring challenge to our self-help philosophies.

Holy Clutter

Holy Clutter

November 1 st 2018 by Matt Miller

Our stuff isn’t just for private joy; we have things to share.

Fear, Anger, and Finding Another Way

Fear, Anger, and Finding Another Way

October 24 th 2018 by Abram Van Engen

When is it right to be afraid?

When Self-Help Means Less Help

When Self-Help Means Less Help

October 11 th 2018 by Raymond C. Barfield

Learning to live as if you’ll die one day.

Gardeners and Pilgrims

Gardeners and Pilgrims

October 4 th 2018 by Wilfred M. McClay

Reviving place in the Christian imagination.

Headquarters: Family

Headquarters: Family

September 18 th 2018 by Andrea Mrozek and Peter Jon Mitchell

Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.

World View

World View

September 18 th 2018 by James K.A. Smith

An annotated reading of your world.

Living with Integrity in a Splintered World

Living with Integrity in a Splintered World

September 18 th 2018 by Jonathan Chaplin

How do we pursue wholeness in the centrifuge of modern life?

Dismemberment and Integrity

Dismemberment and Integrity

September 18 th 2018 by Peter Leithart

Toward a sacrificial understanding of wholeness.

The Integrative Power of "Why"

The Integrative Power of "Why"

September 18 th 2018 by Margaret Somerville

What do amazement, wonder, and awe have to do with integrity?

Liberty, Equality, ...Disintegration?

Liberty, Equality, ...Disintegration?

September 18 th 2018 by Patrick Deneen with Brian Dijkema

A conversation with the author of Why Liberalism Failed.

Data as Icon and Idol

Data as Icon and Idol

September 18 th 2018 by Peter Boumgarden

What happens when metrics become moral injunctions?

The Commons: Social Architecture

The Commons: Social Architecture

September 18 th 2018 by

Promoting a flourishing society.

Learning How to Pay Attention

Learning How to Pay Attention

September 13 th 2018 by Patton Dodd

A journalist considers what it means to listen, and how to reimagine his profession.