Issues
Curated stories based on specific themes.
#71
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February 2021
Utopia
Utopias can be catalysts that refine and discipline the hard work of moving forward.
#70
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September 2020
What's in a Name?
In consideration of the many other ways in which language is wielded, this issue explores the multi-dimensional meanings of naming and being named.
#69
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September 2020
The F-Word
We face our fears, anxieties, worries, and try to learn from what they’re telling us.‍
#68
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July 2020
Neighbors
"We have inherited a large house, a great world house in which we have to live together."
#67
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May 2020
Six Feet Apart
The fallout of COVID-19 has landed everywhere.
#66
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March 2020
Can You Forgive Me?
Instead of smoothing over rough edges, forgiveness may be more like origami, with layers of folds and creases that are both delicate and sharp.
#65
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October 2019
Same, But Different
When we write about our differences, we explore our own particularity, but when we share them, we discover the universal.
#64
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July 2019
Milestones
We remember the scholars, academics, pastors, and elders who formed us and shaped our work.
#63
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March 2019
Perspectives
Different perspectives shape how we understand the world around us.
#62
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November 2018
Money, Money, Money
We all participate in a capitalist system that places the majority of wealth and decision making in the hands of very few.