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Cindy Brandt

Cindy Brandt is a third-culture kid, a former missionary, and social-justice Christian. She blogs from Taiwan about faith and culture. She drives a Prius, is more interested in being evangelized than evangelizing, is "super social justice-y," and a feminist. She sees faith in the irreverent, miracles in the ordinary, and beauty in the margins. Her work...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase I Facilitator's Guide (Parents and Supporters)

The curriculum package for parents & supporters of Christian schools will equip you to lead fellow parents, grandparents, strategic planning volunteers, board members, and other stakeholders through a meaningful, productive discussion of the educational efforts of your Christian school, based on the national CES results. Available free of charge in...

About Cardus

The Work Research Foundation has become CARDUS: a new unique name for the same unique organization! Our wide-angle periodicals, policies and punditry come together for a renewed vision of public life, up and down the Cardus—the Main Street

Common Ground: An Endangered Species

"Golfers, gardeners and Christians are quite entitled to their interest in comfort zones, but they must be more conscious than ever before of the need to avoid allowing their niche from becoming a ghetto, within which they find themselves bowling, or praying, alone."