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Curated stories based on specific themes.
We all have experiences that are difficult to name or even remember. Memories that we consciously or unconsciously try to bury.
The Women's Issue
A series of profiles curated, written, and produced by women.
Utopias can be catalysts that refine and discipline the hard work of moving forward.
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.
We face our fears, anxieties, worries, and try to learn from what they’re telling us.
"We have inherited a large house, a great world house in which we have to live together."
Six Feet Apart
The fallout of COVID-19 has landed everywhere.
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.
Same, But Different
When we write about our differences, we explore our own particularity, but when we share them, we discover the universal.
We remember the scholars, academics, pastors, and elders who formed us and shaped our work.