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IDEAS Blog

18 Jul 22
by
Freddie Herrera
Cultivating Shalom through Sustainability
Leila, a single mother from the southern region of Tunisia, had a dream. In the tiny one-bedroom home and adjacent patio that she shared...
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11 Jul 22
by
Mike Miller
How My Concept of "Work" Changed from "Evil" to "Good"
Is “Work” a 4-letter word? The short answer to the question is, “Yes.”
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06 Jun 22
by
Patrick Brady
Finding Fruit From Failure
As I watch 3 primary ways fruit farmers respond to crop failure, I see the parallel in my own life and in the lives of others when...
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23 May 22
by
Bill Merrifield
Living a Life of Faithful Risk
As a parent of a child with disability, I am learning to appreciate how God values and loves us in ways unrelated to the world’s...
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17 May 22
by
Julia Burkhead
I (am learning to) Delight in Weakness
Recently I have been reminded of this truth: My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.
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02 May 22
by
Libby Bergstrom
How I Know I've Adjusted to Work Cross-Culturally
We all take for granted how the business of life “works.” We know how to go shopping, to communicate professionally, to plan our work...
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05 Apr 22
by
Kimberly
The Impact of One
For a crowd of thousands in a lonely, deserted place, it was just five loaves and two fish in the hands of one willing boy. In a North...
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28 Mar 22
by
Dr. Nant Htet
Key to Happiness
I was born in Myanmar and have devoted myself to work for the Karen community on the Thai-Myanmar border (refugee camps). . .
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15 Mar 22
by
Libby Bergstrom
Working in the Middle
Where do I fit? I think I'm called to the middle. It's what draws me to work with IDEAS.
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07 Mar 22
by
Freddie Herrera
Transition and Transformation
As a person who does not like change, I have been known to argue fiercely against switching computer programs, moving furniture around...
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