What We Read This Week

Easter Eggs and Cross

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


Easter’s Blow to My Social Apathy

This is what it means to be a Christian—on Easter Sunday and every day. God’s people are called to risk their lives for those whose voices have been stifled. One day this will be memorialized, not in a garden, but in a city whose builder and maker is God….Read Full Article

From Christianity Today


The Neanderthal and the Bedouin

Is there a strength in our deep relatedness we can call on now? Is there hope to be found in something about our humanity that we have forgotten? We find ourselves wondering: What else do our bones know?…Read Full Article

From Dialogue


Librarians: Knowledge Curators for Our Communities

It’s National Library Week, and a lot has changed since the week was first celebrated in 1958. Information is coming at us at ever-faster rates: According to The Atlantic, between 1994 and 2014 the number of websites on the internet grew by 33 million percent. And thanks to Internet Live Stats, you can watch, in real time, the escalating number of blogs posted, tweets sent, and photos uploaded to Instagram…Read Full Article

From sojourners


In Berlin, a Model for Creative and Affordable Housing

Cities with vibrant arts, music, and social scenes are being hit hard by gentrification. But Berlin’s “co-housing culture” shows that a city’s future doesn’t have to go that way…Read Full Article

From yes!magazine


Entering Religious Life Doesn’t Mean Leaving The World Behind

And I said to her, “I don’t know what it’s like to live your life. And I want to be here for you.” One of the things that our love can do is to enter into those really, really hard places that many people are afraid of…Read Full Article

From npr

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Categories: Genealogy, Knowledge, People Power, Religion, spirituality

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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