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Author: Caroline CrossCaroline Cross served as a communications fellow at the Institute for Faith, Work, & Economics. Originally from outside of Richmond, Virginia, Caroline graduated with a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia.

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Tuskegee, Alabama. February 4, 1913. Leona and James McCauley welcome their first child into the world, a girl they name…

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April in the District of Columbia is a magical time of year. Washington welcomes a cloud of pink petals amidst…

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One of the best-known plantation homes of the South, Boone Hall, is not famous for its stately brick construction or…

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An article in The Wall Street Journal explored the dilemma of gossip in the workplace. Entitled They’re Gossiping About You: Strategies to Silence the Office…

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April in the District of Columbia is a magical time of year. Washington welcomes a cloud of pink petals amidst…

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What Feeds Your Fear of Failure?

By: Caroline Cross

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Perhaps one of the most iconic plantation homes of the South, Boone Hall is not famous for its stately brick…

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It is my pleasure to introduce Missy Wallace on the blog. Wallace is the head of the forthcoming Nashville Institute for…

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Tuskegee, Alabama. February 4, 1913. Leona and James McCauley welcome their first child into the world, a girl they name…

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The Importance of Prayer in the Workplace

By: Caroline Cross

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Fluorescent lights flicker on as bright chunks of sunlight slip through cracks in the blinds. The aroma of brewing coffee…

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Counterfeit Gods at the Water Cooler

By: Caroline Cross

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A recent piece in the Wall Street Journal explored the dilemma of gossip in the workplace. The print version of…

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