Posts tagged Leadership
The Activist as Contemplative: Resting for Social Change

Do you dream of a different world? A better world? A world of healing and reconciliation, of justice and peace? A world where people live as we are meant to live? Do you dedicate your life to its realization? If so, how do you rest in order to sustain your work? In this piece, Rev. Steven Bonsey reflects on his own experience and explores sabbath and centering prayer as holy rest.

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Extraordinary Ordinary People: Interview with Senior Fulbright Scholar, Naj Wikoff

An interview with Naj Wikoff, author, activist, and artist in the fields of global community, arts, and healing. Based on his experiences supporting and engaging others in community healing, Naj suggests that we all "become aligned with people who put their values and life on the line for others and for this planet."

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Social Justice In Practice

Jean Bosco Niyonzima shares his story of being healer and healed, reflecting, "I had been tempted to give in, to give up, to stop trying so hard, but my vocational calling wouldn’t let me. Ten years since awakening to the healing that I needed in my life, I can say that deep within me, I know what it means to be the change I want to see in the world..."

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