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Quarantine in the Age of Ebola

Nov 20, 2014 | Robert Cutillo

Someone who responds compassionately to the pains and perils of another, and dies for his actions, would normally be a hero. But instead we blamed the victim, just like in the 1500s. Read More

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We Show Grace Because We Have Been Shown Grace

Nov 20, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

As to religion, they cannot all be right; nor may I compliment them by allowing that the differences between us are but trivial, when I believe and know they are important; but I am not to expect them to see with my eyes. Read More

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Designing to Draw Attention to Red Light Districts

Nov 19, 2014 | Lore Ferguson

Even though India and I are worlds apart, we are still neighbors. I try to love and serve its people by bringing awareness to their needs and urging others to intervene. Read More

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3 Suggestions for Supplementing a Student’s Education

Nov 19, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

No one—not my teachers nor my pastors—connected what I was learning in school about the material world with what I was learning at church about the Creator of that world. As a result, I often felt that I had to choose between them. Read More

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Living Faithfully in a Pluralistic Culture

Nov 17, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

We need more than advice calling us to pursue the common good of others. We need the power to lay down our lives. Read More

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To Engage the World Means Being Present in It

Nov 13, 2014 | Tom Nelson

Jesus emphasizes that we shine his light in our good works. Our good works take on many dimensions, and we must see that our daily work is a significant part of the good works that glorify God. Read More

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Patiently Pursuing Authentic Relationships

Nov 12, 2014 | Paul Maxwell

Sometimes I feel like my job as a personal trainer is just that: a job. And yet, many times, half the workout is spent discussing religion, which they bring up. Read More

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Only the Gospel, Not Our Vocation, Can Truly Change Us

Nov 06, 2014 | Tom Nelson

There is really no good news about our work without the good news of the gospel. For the gospel is the transforming power that changes us. Read More

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Giving International Students an Opportunity for Education

Nov 05, 2014 | Courtney Reissig

As an international student adviser, I see how God is involved in the lives of people from every tribe, tongue, and nation. But I also see racism, prejudice, and the fallout of war. Read More

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Do What You Love or Do What Needs Doing?

Nov 03, 2014 | Bethany Jenkins

Some say the only way to do great work is to love what you do. Others say that the "do what you love" ethos is selfish, that we should do what needs doing even if we hate it. Who is right? Read More