What We Read This Week

Here's What We Read This Week

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Here’s what caught our eye this week!


Clean Water Is Just the Start

Over 4,000 children lose their lives daily due to drinking unsafe water, exposure to poor sanitation, and hygiene-related diseases (referred to as WASH conditions)… Read full article

From Christian Today


Occupy’s Front Line Moves to the Front Lawn

From closing down Atlanta’s banks to standing up for Detroit’s families, the nationwide fight against unjust foreclosures is growing in momentum—and ingenuity… Read full article

From Yes!


Soup & Bread: Inspiring a Community of Giving [Recipes]

Who doesn’t love soup? It’s nutritious, inexpensive, and there are so many kinds! Soup can be an earthy meal in a chipped pottery bowl or… Read full article

From Grist


Film Review: Mister Rogers & Me

Fred Rogers (1928 – 2003) was the host of the popular children’s public television show Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood which… Read full article

From Spirituality & Practice


Imagine H2O Names World’s Most Promising Water Startups as Winners of 2012 Water Innovation Prize

During World Water Week, that oh-so-precious liquid is at the forefront of many environmental and green business efforts, and one of the keys to dealing with the… Read full article

From Treehugger


Global Media Ethics Must Go Beyond Single Religion

We begin tomorrow with the first meeting of the International Association of Religion Journalists (IARJ) – in Bellagio, Italy. One issue I am pondering as we get set to start is ethical standards for the globe’s religion journalists… Read full article

From The Search



Anti. There are many things I am against. Anti-discrimination. Anti-drug. Anti-oppression. Anti-poverty and sickness. And there are many I am Pro. I am pro-antiperspirant… Read full article

From Huffington Post Blog


Time Management for Guys… A Six Pack for Success

Grandma used to say, “Some people can fall into a bucket … Read full article

From The Daily Gumboot

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Categories: Aging, Ecology and Environmental Issues, Ethics, Food, Peace, Justice, and Equality

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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