A Healthy Estate
by Alan Dowd

Adam was not alone. The earth was teeming with living things. But that was the problem: none of those living things were like him, none were suitable for him, none could heal his aloneness.

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For Every Tribe
by Zoe Erler

A church of about 170 nestled in one of Dayton’s affluent, largely white suburbs, South Dayton Presbyterian doesn’t seem the most natural location for an outreach to non-English speakers.

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Dads, Duty, and Dreams
by Alan Dowd

Like all good dads, like all good husbands, Joseph put his family first. He sacrificed for them in big and small ways.

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Nabors Offers Unique Perspective on Poverty
by Staff

Randy Nabors has authored a challenging new book, “Merciful: The Opportunity and Challenge of Discipling the Poor Out of Poverty.”

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To-Do Lists
by Alan Dowd

My mom was — and still is — a master of to-do lists. “The first thing we need to do is make a list of what to do,” she would say, without any sense of irony. It was sometimes frustrating, but it always served a purpose.

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