What We Read This Week

Tulips in Netherlands

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


The Holland I never knew

A first-generation Dutch Canadian wrestles with her religious history in the land of her ancestors…Read Full Article

From UCObserver


Is It Time to Write Off Checks?

Remember checks? You know, those slips of paper where you spell out the numbers, rip them from the book, put them in an envelope, add a stamp, then drop them in a mailbox? They’ve been around for centuries, but like many traditional tools nowadays checks are in rapid decline, disrupted by digital payments, the Internet and technology in general…Read Full Article

From npr


Eat to Boost Immunity: 6 Things You Need and Where to Find Them

Essential vitamins and minerals like Vitamin D and Zinc can keep you from getting sick. But which foods have them, and when should you worry about consuming too much?…Read Full Article

From Yes!magazine


Ten Reasons I’m a Funeral Director

Last week, a high schooler asked me, “Why are you a funeral director?” After a couple days of thinking about the question, here are ten reasons…Read Full Article

From Calebwilde.com


Sooner than you think? A prediction that electric car will cause the next oil crisis

In the fifties and early sixties there was a wonderful newspaper series, Closer Than We Think, drawn by Arthur Radebaugh. In 1958 he predicted that we would soon be driving solar powered electric cars. Now Bloomberg Business is starting a video series called Sooner Than You Think that well might be more accurate. In their first episode, they look at the impact of the electric car and how it will cause the next oil crisis…Read Full Article

From Treehugger

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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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