Monthly Archives: June 2017

My Joshua Tree

By Steve Beard Thirty years ago, I drove 500 miles with college buddies to see U2’s “Joshua Tree” tour stop in Houston. “I can’t change the world / But I can change the world in me,” Bono had sung on … Continue reading

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Unreasonable Faith

Dr. Tom Caneta has spent the last nine years sequestered in the Nuba Mountains of the African nation of Sudan. Around the clock, he heals the sick, bandages the broken, and takes cover from bombs dropping overhead. Caneta is the … Continue reading

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Half Full of Grace

An excerpt from a fantastic piece written by screenwriter Dorothy Fortenberry in the Los Angeles Review of Books: I do not impress anyone at church. I do not say anything surprising or charming, because the things I say are rote … Continue reading

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Happy World Oceans Day

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