What We Read This Week

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Each week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


An ‘All-or-Nothing Guy’

The United Church’s leading voice on evolutionary Christianity, Rev. Bruce Sanguin brings an athlete’s intensity to his spiritual questing… Read full article

From The United Church Observer


Interview With Mary Hynes

The host of CBC Radio’s “Tapestry” program often engages in wide-ranging discussions with the most interesting thinkers on faith and spirituality. She recently talked… Read full article

From The United Church Observer


Along With Humans, Who Else Is In The 7 Billion Club?

The revelation this week that the Earth now holds 7 billion people, according to the U.N.’s population division, prompted a question: Who else is in the 7 Billion Club? To find out which other animals had reached that plateau, we asked wildlife… Read full article

From The Two-Way (NPR’s News Blog)


Food Studies: College Students Plant Seeds of Change

Food Studies features the voices of volunteer student bloggers from a variety of different food- and agriculture-related programs at universities around the world. You can explore the full series… Read full article

From Grist


Thanksgiving Mashed Potato Threesome

Next to Halloween, Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. I love coming together with family and friends over good food and even better wine. Since this recipe compliments almost any fall dish, it’s perfect for all of the variety you find at the Thanksgiving dinner table… Read full article

From Treehugger


Steal Your Neighbour’s Leaves, for Your Garden’s Sake

Fallen leaves are a terrific source of organic material for your garden, with a whole variety of uses. Brown leaves contain almost no nutritional value… Read full article

From The Green Man (The Vancouver Sun Staff Blog)


Civilised Money: A Crowd-Funded, Ethical Alternative to Mainstream Banks

Whether it’s local investing in everybody eats restaurants, the microfinancing of entrepreneurs through Kiva, or citizen-funded clean energy through eco-bonds, we’ve featured plenty of ways to get passed the big banks and put your money to work… Read full article

From Treehugger


Interactive Infographic: How Does a Hybrid Car Work?

These days, people are more concerned than ever about consuming less gas. Fuel prices are sky high, plus there’s also more urgency than ever to decrease dependence on oil. It’s no wonder that hybrid cars are increasing in popularity… Read full article

From Good


Categories: Ecology and Environmental Issues, Food, Gardening, Money, People, Technology, Uncategorized

Author:Wood Lake Publishing

At Wood Lake Publishing we are passionate about supporting and encouraging an emerging form of Christianity, which is rooted in ancient wisdom and attentive to the movement of spirit in our day. Visit us online at woodlakebooks.com


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