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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Getting Souls to the Polls this election seasonDriven by her faith, a religious sister set new standards in medical care By Elizabeth Yuko St. Marianne Cope, driven by her faith to provide medical care to the most vulnerable, also played a key role in creating hygiene standards.

Nashville nonprofit serves up coffee, soap and empowerment

Building on strengths and taking the long view, a Christ-centered nonprofit emerges as a catalyst for holistic community development.
Strategy questions
  • What potential is already present in your community waiting to be invited to contribute?
  • How might your organization's work be different if it existed "for" people rather than "because of" people?
By Luke A. Powery
The torture inflicted on Black people dates back to enslavement and continues to this day as a denial of their humanity, writes the dean of Duke Chapel.
 
By Kelly Ryan
The promises made through baptism must reflect Christians' commitment to justice and peace for all people, writes the director of the Thriving Congregations Coordination Program at Duke Divinity.
 
Q&A with Prince Rivers
Like everything else, this election season is being complicated by the pandemic. But the traditional role Black churches have played in encouraging voter turnout can continue, building on some of what has been learned in the last six months, says a pastor.
 
By Elizabeth Yuko
St. Marianne Cope, driven by her faith to provide medical care to the most vulnerable, also played a key role in creating hygiene standards.
 
By Amy Peterson
Poetry from the book of Lamentations invites us to find words for our feelings and offers a form to contain that which feels uncontainable and uncontrollable, says a writer.
 
 
 
 
 

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