Tuesday, May 16, 2017

"Healing Spiritual Wounds"


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The author of "Healing Spiritual Wounds" talks about how the church was a source of both wounding and healing.

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Despite deep and irresolvable differences, Americans must find a way to live together, a Washington University law professor says in this interview. He calls for a 'confident pluralism,' bolstered in part by tolerance, humility and patience.

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When there's a hitch in the event, meeting or worship service -- and there will be -- leaders must improvise, be mindful, check the process and trust God's plans, writes a managing director at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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Level Ground Trading is dedicated to fair trade with farmers. But its co-founder also has a larger, theological vision: a system designed for the good of all.

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Countless potential pulpits -- places of community service and leadership -- exist outside the church, says a Vermont pastor, school board member and active community volunteer. But will clergy look up from the busyness of day-to-day ministry to embrace them?

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