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How to Grow Old

December 22 nd 2016 by Cornelius Plantinga

Aging doesn't have to mean decline; make it a pilgrimage of hope.

The Commons: Designed Isolation

December 1 st 2016 by Doug Sikkema

It's difficult to love what we can't see.

The Commons: Death Is Natural

September 1 st 2015 by Ray Pennings

A culture of life cares for the dying.

Democratizing Community Health

September 1 st 2015 by Matthew Loftus

Money for health care often bypasses the powerless.

Mortals Telling Stories on the Threshold of Mystery

September 1 st 2015 by Raymond C. Barfield

If we want a better medicine, we have to become better patients, and that means becoming better storytellers.

Trusting Math

September 1 st 2015 by Jonathan Patrick

Sometimes caring about numbers is how we care for the vulnerable. Sometimes it’s a way of effacing the image of God

Learning to Let Go

September 1 st 2015 by Marilyn McEntyre

Seeking wisdom at the end of life.

The American Housing Massacre

March 12 th 2015 by Brian Dijkema

We don't want a world where fat cats eat starving dogs.

Health By Numbers

January 23 rd 2014 by Bob Cutillo

Are statistics becoming more important than people?

World View

September 1 st 2013 by James K.A. Smith

An annotated reading of your world, including Seerveld, the U.S. Supreme Court, Trayvon Martin, and Detroit.

My Third Third

January 2 nd 2013 by Peter Menzies

Here Come the Drones

December 12 th 2012 by Josie Brown

Drone warfare is a reality. This 2009 book does a magnificent job of highlighting the urgency of the matter.

Here is the Privilege, and Here is the Cost

November 1 st 2012 by Benjamin Kwashi

Wherever the Gospel is truly lived, it demands change in behaviour, courtesy, and character.

Lent with Leonard

April 5 th 2012 by Chris Cuthill

Leonard Cohen develops Old Ideas for surviving the Lenten desert: a "manual for living with defeat."