What We Read This Week


erik-mclean-Sss9uGhSiPw-unsplashEach week, we bring you interesting stories from around the web. Here’s what caught our eye this week!


Helping Children and Teens Cope with Anxiety About COVID-19

As coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to spread, adults, children and teens are trying to make sense of what the outbreak means for their families and communities. Those with anxiety disorders may feel more worry than usual. Read Full Article

From Seattle Children’s


Doing youth ministry during a pandemic

We’re betting that “social distancing” will be the term of 2020. And as we’ve been working on this blog post in each of our own private spaces, separated from one another, we’ve been thinking about what youth ministry looks like during a pandemic.

This whole experience highlights how connected we all are.

How our choices impact others.

How, in a time when we’re asked to distance ourselves, we crave connection. Read Full Article

From Fuller Youth Institute


Pipelines bad business, plain and simple

There is no doubt building a pipeline in Canada is a “wicked problem.” A “wicked problem” is one that is difficult or impossible to solve, because of its interwoven social, cultural, economic and political factors. Read Full Article

From Winnipeg Free Press


Lent in the Season of Coronavirus

“I wasn’t expecting to give this much up for Lent.” Read Full Article

From Relevant Magazine


The False Choice Between Saving Lives and Saving the Economy

“If there were a fire in your house and you could only save one thing, what would it be?” For most people, the answer to the familiar question is immediate. The photo album. The heirloom. It’s never the most expensive thing. Nobody drags a Peloton out of their burning home. Sometimes it takes a disaster to find out what really matters to you. Read Full Article

From Sojo

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Categories: culture, faith, Featured, life, Politics

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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