Tagged: dialogue

How Good and Pleasant It Is!

By Stefie Dominguez Tim Keller shares this truth about human beings: To be loved but not known is comforting but superficial. To be known and not loved is our greatest fear. But to be...

Building a Family Around Dialogue

By Kristyn Komarnicki A couple weeks ago I met up with six Oriented to Love (OTL) dialogue alums who had agreed to model loving dialogue for a group of Eastern University students. We’d been...

New Copernican Empowerment Dialogues

The Sider Center is launching a new program this fall: New Copernican Empowerment Dialogues. New Copernicans are those who embrace a new and emerging social imaginary that is post-Enlightenment and post-secular in its ethos....

Divisive Issues as Spiritual Practice

by Rob Barrett Christian practices teach us to live differently. So when the culture preaches relentless productivity and greed, we practice resting and giving. Such things don’t come naturally, but practice enables us—by the...

Stories Told Across “Enemy” Lines

by Kristyn Komarnicki In her book, Coming Out, Coming to Faith, Coming to the Table, Peggy Green has given us a most valuable gift—a glimpse into the hearts and lives of sexual minority and...

Let’s Talk About Animal Abuse

by Tyler M. John In September 2014, the Humane Society reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation Director had signed off on making animal cruelty offenses into their own category of Group A felonies. Other...