a variety of gifts for the common good

My dad died over 20 years ago but for the last week he’s been on my mind. We’d been hiking with children and grandchildren in the Colorado mountains. Growing up, my family’s favorite camping spots were in mountains. We loved to hike, and my dad was one enthusiastic trekker. Back home, the  fond memories continued to… Read More

don’t ignore the European refugee crisis

We are so wrapped up in arguing about the state of immigration in the United States, it’s hard to take on the weight of the crisis in Europe. Hearing about it brings to mind the following questions: Are there commonalities in these situations? Should the urgency and realities of one affect our attitude about the other? Ben Huberman… Read More