May 2005

Feature

10 easy things (and a few harder ones) you can do to plug in to a simpler lifestyle.
A world-renowned architect argues that following the law of nature can make human industry safe and healthful.
Resources for a sustainable life.
Why God's abundant life won't fit in a shopping cart, and other mysteries of consumerism.
The Tennessee Justice Center advocates for the ill - and squares off against the state's health cuts.
by: Ted Parks
To follow Jesus more deeply, we must learn to stop and rest.
Why suburbs-on-steroids are wearing out their welcome.

Commentary

Our lives do not consist in the abundance of our possessions.

Columns

A way to save Social Security, Medicare and Lockheed Martin.
by: Ed Spivey
Our uses of the earth must be designed to conserve and renew the Earth rather than to deplete or destroy it.

Culture Watch

Ossie Davis, Arthur Miller, and the common good.

Departments

Our culture here in the United States has definite bipolar tendencies: On one hand we're encouraged to want--and to purchase--more, more, more. More food, more entertainment, more stuff.
When watching sports,When watching sports, I’m always most impressed by the decathletes. Those who are able to compete skillfully in such a

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