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Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota | Case Studies, Discussion Guide, Essays, Reflections Jun 30th, 2017

My Neighbor is Muslim: Exploring the Muslim Faith

The book is a useful educational tool, not only for non?Muslims but also Muslims, to bridge between the Muslim community and Christian community in the USA. In addition, the book is a summary of understanding about basic foundations of Islam and the Muslim faith.

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Doug Hammack | Sermons (69) Jun 7th, 2017

The Suffocating Power of Stuff (part 4)

This is one in a lesson series on the destructive power of living in the consumerist society we do, and how to find a freer way to live. For audio of this lesson: input the search term "suffocating stuff." To dialogue w/ the author on themes of the emerging church, go to

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Metro Baptist Church Ken Braun | Interviews, Podcasts, Sermons (69) Jun 1st, 2017

Story of God's Grace and Humanity in New York on 9/11/2001

At a memorial service at Metro Baptist Church (NYC) on 9/11/2011, a member of the Metro Community told this story about a friend and colleague, who worked one block from the WTC, who helped a pregnant woman to safety in New Jersey. It is a moving story of humanity, community, and God's grace in an impossible situation.

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Ched Myers | Article May 30th, 2017

From "Creation Care" to "Watershed Discipleship"

This article - From "Creation Care" to "Watershed Discipleship" : Re-Placing Ecological Theology and Practice - was published in the Fall 2014 edition of the Conrad Grebel Review. In it, Ched Myers explores how our theology might be re-placed in light of the arrival of global ecological crisis. Instead of an abstract or unfocused theology of creation care, it suggests that the best way to orient the church’s work and witness is through bioregionally-grounded planning and action which focuses on the actual watersheds we inhabit.