vol. 8, num. 14 :: 2009.07.02 — 2009.07.16
Sometimes it’s a seller’s market, and then other times it’s a buyer’s market. And in all times there’s an urge to purchase property, to invest in a plot of land for both practical and symbolic reasons. What’s good and not-so-good about ownership?
Warning: asking long-time neighbors about family history might surprise you.
A musical tour of sentiments about ownership.
On the complexity of simplicity and giving up the closet.
A reflection on the complicated consideration of where to live.
Tracing a family's history and values through home spaces.
On reinforcing a sense of identity through loss.
Your opportunity to contribute thoughts about home, land and ownership.
A family finds a perfect home in a "changing" neighborhood.
Creating a home that is right respite for yourself and others.
Building your own home can be a rewarding adventure when you apply your values.
A surprisingly entertaining account in layman’s terms of how the U.S. got itself into the current housing crisis.
We need more of the prophetic imagination that can interrupt violence and oppression. If the people of God were to transform the world through fascination, these amazing teachings had to work at the center of these peculiar people. Then we can look into the eyes of a centurion and see not a beast but a child of God, and then walk with that child a couple of miles. Look into the eys of tax collectors as they sue you in court; see their poverty and give them your coat. Look in to the eyes of the ones who are hardest for you to like, and see the One you love. For God loves good and bad people. Even God doesn’t grasp for the knowledge of good and evil but sends rain to water the fields of both the just and the unjust. That’s why enemy love is the only thing that Jesus says makes a person like God – perfect.
Jesus for President: Politics for Ordinary Radicals
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