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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.

How to Grow Old

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

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

The Commons: Death Is Natural

September 1 st 2015 by Ray Pennings

A culture of life cares for the dying.

Democratizing Community Health

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

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

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

Learning to Let Go

September 1 st 2015 by Marilyn McEntyre

Seeking wisdom at the end of life.

The American Housing Massacre

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

Health By Numbers

January 23 rd 2014 by Bob Cutillo

Are statistics becoming more important than people?

World View

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

My Third Third

January 2 nd 2013 by Peter Menzies
Here Come the Drones

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

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.

Mourning A Cosmopolitan Culture: Helen Gurley Brown's Legacy of Lies