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Hesychasm and the Internet

Hesychasm and the Internet

By Kevin WalthallHow the ancient Christian discipline of active silence plays a role in the age of Twitter   “Lord Jesus Christ have mercy on me, a sinner.” These words are the gateway to divine silence, according to the pillars of ancient Christian spirituality....

You Know My Name?

You Know My Name?

By Lindsy Wallace“Wait,” my neighbor appealed, “how do you know my name?” “We met during the housing protest, remember?” I say, doing my best to maintain eye contact while also ensuring one of my kids doesn’t ride their bike into oncoming traffic. We are...

Finding North

Finding North

By Derrick BillsIt’s day 1,484 by my count. I’ve gone to bed a handful of times thinking that I wouldn’t wake up. The second that particular thought invades my mind, I watch my fear grow into a monster. Every pulse in my skull feels like a notch on a prison wall,...

Reformer Profile: Matt Malyon of Underground Writing

Reformer Profile: Matt Malyon of Underground Writing

By Nations MediaMatt Malyon is a writer, teacher, and jail chaplain living in Washington's Skagit Valley. In 2015 he founded Underground Writing, a creative writing program serving migrant, incarcerated, recovery, and other at-risk communities through literary...

Friendship Between Faiths

Friendship Between Faiths

By Nations MediaBy: Rylie Shore “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin, or his background, or his religion. People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human...

400 Miles to Welcome the Stranger

400 Miles to Welcome the Stranger

By Giselle Gonzales An Interview with Kyle Turver By Giselle Gonzales On June 21st outside the World Relief Seattle offices in Kent, Washington a crowd gathered to send off 46 people like you and me (that is to say, non-professional athletes), to ride their bikes on a...

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