Tagged: simplicity

Where Are Our “Christ Rooms”?

by Heidi Unruh In a nation wracked with depression after the collapse of the stock market and banking system, as millions suffered unemployment, hunger and homelessness, Dorothy Day co-founded the Catholic Worker movement. In...

Laying It Down by Andrea Barker

Laying It Down by Andrea Barker

“Our problem … is that each of us overestimate what is due to him as compared with what is due to his neighbor.” – Lesslie Newbigin, THE OPEN SECRET Simplicity is not so simple....

Obedience, Not Obligation

by Chris Seiple As 2006 approaches, those worth their financial salt engage in the annual ritual of year-end, tax-deductible contributions. For those worth their salt and light, however, the nature of giving is something...

Working at Rest

by Chris Seiple We are a nation of rugged individuals who are self-made-boot-straps-quarterly- report-people-on-the-go. It should be no surprise that since 1995, 60% of the world’s economic growth has come from America. We are...