Posts tagged Resilience
It’s Getting Hot in Here: One Soul’s Journey into Leadership for Climate Justice

In September 2014, in my sixteenth year of parish ministry, I had an idea about how to mobilize people of faith across religious boundaries as a public force for environmental and climate justice. The idea was to move religious environmentalism beyond personal lifestyle choices, beyond a green sanctuary, into the voting booth and into the corridors of political power.  

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Healing Presence: Interview with Sister Dang Nghiem

Looking for peace and purpose? In this interview with Sister Dang Nghiem, author of Healing: A Woman’s Journey from Doctor to Nun, we read the story of someone who has discerned a vocation of healing and presence. Sister D's wisdom in teaching and practicing mindfulness in order to be a healing presence for herself and others comes through her words.   

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Strengthening Servant Hearts

Expert on resilience and secondary stress, Dr. Robert J. Wicks and his colleague, Tina C. Buck, share their wisdom with Anchor readers. This article is full of perspective (and practical tips) on how to sustain our hearts of service by engaging in practices of self-care. Get inspiration and ideas on how to care for yourself while caring for others.

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There Is A Lot Of Money In The Lake

Through the portraits and voices of community members in Muhuru Bay, Kenya, Kirby Erlandson explores what it means to speak truth to power by capturing glimpses of humanity through art. She writes, "These people I met in Muhuru Bay taught me about the human spirit’s enormous recuperative capacity, and about finding a path of resilience, courage, and action in the face of hardship and suffering."

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