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Stay or Go When Ebola Breaks Out?

Jul 31, 2014 | Robert Cutillo

I, too, had a wife and two children of similar age. I, too, was serving in Africa as a medical missionary. I chose to go. Dr. Brantly chose to stay. Read More

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Balancing Administration and Teaching in Higher Ed

Jul 31, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

I like to try and present a sophisticated, Christian point of view that challenges broader communities to consider a perspective they typically dismiss. Read More

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Justice Needs a Face

Jul 29, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Seeking justice must always be personal. It must always include vulnerability and hospitality—not just to members of the household of faith, but to strangers as well. Read More

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How Our Hospitality Can Protect Sphere Sovereignty

Jul 28, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

In these broken spaces, Christians have an opportunity to protect the health of unique spheres by practicing hospitality. Read More

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Seeking a Return on Investment in People

Jul 24, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Since I was spending most of my waking hours at work, I tried to find out what the Bible said about it. Read More

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Raise Your Voice for Religious Liberty

Jul 23, 2014 | Jennifer A. Marshall

The backlash against simply participating in civil discourse about an important topic of public concern is alarming. Read More

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Trees of the Field: Thoughts on Work

Jul 22, 2014 | Evan Koons

The fruit of the oak tree is more than just wood. It is relationship, collaboration, fellowship, and meaning. Read More

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When It Comes to Work, We Are Never Alone

Jul 21, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

We are knit together in a vast network of mutual service built on trust, honesty, sacrifice, and hope. Read More

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Living Intentionally and Missionally as a Family

Jul 18, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

It hit us that we didn't want to cart our kids around to loads of activities and, in the process, miss time together. Read More

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The Yes of Love

Jul 15, 2014 | Amy Sherman

Weddings typically involve a lot of “yeses.” Yes from the future in-laws. Yes from the bride-to-be. Yeses pronounced in front of witnesses, secular and religious. But what does saying “yes” to marriage really mean? Read More