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What Is the City on the Hill?

What Is the City on the Hill?

March 18 th 2021 by Richard Mouw

On the uses and abuses of John Winthrop’s famous sermon.

Reviving Intellectual Hospitality

Reviving Intellectual Hospitality

February 11 th 2021 by Cherie Harder

How to open our minds, hearts, and homes to our neighbours.

Building Trust Across the Political Divide

Building Trust Across the Political Divide

January 21 st 2021 by April Lawson

The surprising bridge of conflict.

Editorial: Sowing for Trust

Editorial: Sowing for Trust

January 7 th 2021 by Anne Snyder

How might we renew the conditions for dignity first?

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.

Wisdom for the Wilderness

Wisdom for the Wilderness

September 24 th 2020 by Anne Snyder

Preparing a new generation for uncertainty and flux.

Become America

Become America

November 1 st 2019 by Eric Liu with Michael Gerson

A conversation about saving the civic soul.

Citizens Aren't Just Born. They're Formed

Citizens Aren't Just Born. They're Formed

June 27 th 2019 by Kevin den Dulk

Why civil society is no substitute for a distinctively political education.

A Tidy Mind

A Tidy Mind

June 5 th 2019 by Hannah LaGrand

Thinking is like chores: never done, but necessary for public (and private) life.

Editorial: Consumption Pharisees? On the New Minimalism

Editorial: Consumption Pharisees? On the New Minimalism

November 22 nd 2018 by Sarah Hamersma

Is there room for others in our tiny homes?

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.

Holy Clutter

Holy Clutter

November 1 st 2018 by Matt Miller

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

Outside In

Outside In

August 22 nd 2018 by Alan Jacobs

What do we see when we look at ourselves?

Beerbelly Elegy

Beerbelly Elegy

June 28 th 2018 by Coleson Smith

Your favoured end of the beer cooler shouldn’t predict your politics.

Alone on the Train

Alone on the Train

June 27 th 2018 by Chris Nye

Social Isolation Symposium: Stories of hope and of heartbreak