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What Are Ways We Can Mend And Unify Our World?


Q Backstage: Greg Holder

We live in a broken, divided world, but Greg Holder believes it doesn’t have to be that way. In his book, “The Genius of One,” Holder contends for Christian unity and community as “God’s answer for our fractured world.” Taking a fresh look at Jesus’ prayer for his

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The Restorer-Minded Church

What would it look like for a church to not only release its people into the world to fulfill their mission but to come beside them to enable their dreams? In Portland, one of the most progressive and unchurched cities in America, Imago Dei has learned how to empower their

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Known By Our Gratitude

One of the most powerful virtues in our society, is also one of our least known virtues: gratitude. Gratitude is the key to not only experiencing what communities want, an authentic, thriving joy — but is what Chesterton called the highest form of thinking. Thinking that is bedrock foundational to healthy

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The Church and The City

There’s a lot of talk about the Church’s role in advancing the common good and restoring society, but it often remains theoretical. In Portland, this isn’t just an idea; it’s a case study. Kevin Palau sits down with Portland Mayor Sam Adams, Commissioner Diane McKeel, and

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Collaborating in Community

So much hype around the idea of collaboration, but what is it really? How do we work alongside others and advance their projects even if it doesn’t advance our own? The opportunity for cultural goods and ideas to move forward, based purely on an ability to create collaborative environments,

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Humility in the Time of “Me”

Over the past half century, America has moved from a culture of self-effacement to a culture of self-expression: think Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, etc. A recent TIME magazine cover called out the "Me, Me, Me Generation" and the ways today's culture and technologies feed a present narcissism. But even with this

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