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Global Awareness

Finding Grace in the Heart of a Women’s Prison

I was sent to a maximum-security women’s prison for four days. When a friend asked me to join Kairos — an international prison outreach program — I said, “Why not, I have the time!” (Pun …

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Revolutionary Road: Exploring the Landscape of the Texas Revolution

Imagine taking a course on the Texas Revolution that turned the sites of pivotal battles into classrooms, with a professional historian guiding you. Andrew J. Torget, a professor of history at the University of North …

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Spirituality and Social Justice

In today’s polarized society, we might find common ground if we can find common spiritual values and principles. I don’t mean religious beliefs or theology. I mean the deepest values shared by all spiritual traditions, …

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From Grand to Grand-Tastic

Want to improve your mood? Connect with your grandchildren! Yes, it’s that simple. Studies show that when grandparents develop and nurture strong bonds with their grandchildren, everybody wins. It gives adults a sense of purpose, …

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Gary Lee Price and his Harriett Tubman Bronze Sculpture

GARY LEE PRICE: Sculpting Spirit into Bronze Statues

Gary Lee Price wants you to sit a spell. To take a load off your feet. To sidle up on bronze benches with people whose names you know but whose personalities you don’t. To share …

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Service Dogs Lead the Way to Hope

It all starts with puppy-raisers. For more than 70 years, Guide Dogs of America | Tender Loving Canines (GDA | TLC) has succeeded in its mission to “transform lives through partnerships with service dogs.” Located …

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