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What the Trees Told Me

What the Trees Told Me

By Meghan SwartzI asked the park ranger at the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest visitor center about the tiny, potted bristlecone pine sapling they had on display, assuming it was planted a few months ago. The pine was only a few inches tall, barely peeking over the...

Cycling

Cycling

By Nations MediaAs we grow up, we learn that life continues even when things aren’t going “right”. But the reality is, some days are just terrible—and I don’t think they’re an exception to but rather a necessary part of life’s rhythm. Certain trials derive from an...

Rediscovering the Real Church

Rediscovering the Real Church

By Meghan Swartz Through my camera lens, I saw a woman who was probably used to being overlooked. Her mischievous smile gave her a sense of innocence, but her cheeks, gaunt from missing teeth, betrayed her. She had been through something and my guess as to what it...

Resuscitating Story

Resuscitating Story

By Megan Sexton Yesterday I cried in Barnes and Noble. Right next to a preteen boy meeting his math tutor and a disgruntled older gentleman trying to locate a book on ornithology—both scenarios more deserving of tears than my own. I sat, trying not to drip on the book...

Reformer Interview: Shane Claiborne

Reformer Interview: Shane Claiborne

By Megan SextonIn Nations Journal Vol. 3 we had the privilege of talking to Shane Claiborne, an activist and author of The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical. He is a founder of the New Monasticism movement and an intentional community in...

Reclaiming the Beauty of Ordinary Work

Reclaiming the Beauty of Ordinary Work

By Kelsi Klembara Christians have long been captivated by the idea of mission work. As long as it’s considered exotic, courageous, and of urgent importance, we are quick to give funds to the short-term mission trip or sign up for a trip overseas ourselves, convinced...

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