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The Dilbertization of America

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 01-01-1997
Scott Adams unites the workers of the world.

More Than Cosmetics

Early-teen magazines with a new vision.

Strengthening Bones and Watering Gardens

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 03-01-1995
Volunteer programs cultivate community, service, and simplicity.

Appalachian Caravan

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1994
Meeting the heart and soul of development

Gen X and the Future of the Church

Our faith has to be alive and light fires within our confused and fragile hearts or it is as meaningless as yesterday’s E-mail.

Student Gathering; Citizens Confront Violence; Latin American Workshop

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 11-01-1994

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 09-01-1994

Soaring With Eagles and Hawks

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 08-01-1994
Bill Miller sings of past and present.

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 08-01-1994

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 07-01-1994

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 06-01-1994

On Behalf of Bosnian Children

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 05-01-1994

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Activists jailed for "Contemptuous" Prayer

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 05-01-1994

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Briefly Noted

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 05-01-1994

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Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 05-01-1994

Briefly Noted

Harper's magazine reported in January that the Miller Brewing Company spends $150,000 each year to endow its Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund

An Officer and a Pastor

Like many U.S. Christians, Garland Robertson had moral concerns about the Persian Gulf war. And like many others, Robertson expressed his concerns in a letter to the local newspaper.

Racketeers for Life?

What’s the difference between a political protest and organized crime?

A "Step Forward" In El Salvador

The forthcoming elections in El Salvador promise to be the freest in the country’s history, according to observers, and a step toward the construction of democracy—despite a campaign of

Resources for Renewal and Change

by Jill Carroll Lafferty 04-01-1994