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Category: Public Square

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Another election cycle is nearing its end in the United States. If anything can remind us that we live in…

  • Public Square

Presidential candidates, elections and even political parties come and go, but one issue has forever been, and will continue to…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101
Is Something Wrong with the Salt and Light?

By: Jacqueline Isaacs

4 minute read

Christian author and scholar, Os Guinness, began a talk about the Christian struggle to influence culture with this alarming observation—there…

  • Public Square
Flourishing Requires Belief in Human Potential

By: Amb. Sam Brownback

4 minute read

The promise of America is a dream. It is not the promise of an easy life, material wealth or even…

  • Public Square

When the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation of Milwaukee approached the Woodson Center (formerly National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise) in…

  • Arts & Culture
  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

You could hear a pin drop in the office as Katherine Goble stood dripping wet from having to run a…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101

Should you wear a mask or face-covering while returning to work and your regular activities? While this seems like a…

  • Public Square
  • Theology 101
Who Protects Those Who Work to Protect Us?

By: Russell Gehrlein

4 minute read

As we celebrate Memorial Day, I am proud to have served in the U.S. Army, especially now. Lately, I have…

  • Public Square

If you ask a non-Christian what comes to mind when he thinks of Christianity, there is a good chance that…

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The Significance of the Perfect Bagel

By: Alexander Bouffard

4 minute read

Upon moving to Virginia after four years in New York City, I understand the difficulty of finding a NYC bagel…

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