education

A Millennial Talks About Millennials

June 18, 2014
Jon Plummer

– Jon Plummer – Jon Plummer, a graduate student at Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, profiles the millennial generation at a conversation on challenges facing the millennial generation in the future. Jon is a current student at The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and will be graduating in June 2014 with a Masters […]

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Manifest Imagination – reprise

October 14, 2013
Manifest Destiny

–by Andy Wade – Here in the United States, as another Columbus Day rolls around it seems appropriate to remember what that meant for the people already occupying the land he “discovered”. But the US is not alone in its shady past. Many countries in addition to the US have histories of colonialism and violence, […]

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Equipping young people for life in these turbulent times – part 2

July 8, 2013
Tom Sine and Bonnie

– by Tom Sine – Last week we shared some creative ways to enable us to prepare Gen Next to do more with less as their generation is likely to make less than their parent’s generation.  This week we want to explore ways to enable Gen Next to also become more innovative in making a […]

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At the Crossroads of Imagination and Global Need

April 16, 2013
David Begbie, Crossroads International

– by Andy Wade – Looking for innovative ways to help the world? This TEDx talk from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology will definitely push your imagination into high gear! David Begbie will stretch your vision of what’s possible – and just might inspire you to move beyond your current expectations. My wife, […]

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Propaganda Gardening

August 24, 2012
bee on borage

– by Andy Wade – This is a great TEDSalon video from England that challenges us to get moving, get moving even without all our “ducks in a row”. Food is a universal language, one which our communities will respond to. Many from the Parish Collective and others are already doing things like this. But […]

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Are you ready to receive the gift of intergenerational community for times like these???

May 29, 2012
tom & christine in the garden

by tom sine – As of 2010 4.4 million of US homes held three generations or more under one roof a 15% increase from two years earlier according to the Census Bureau.  One of the major forces for families moving in together is the cost savings of sharing housing, food as well as providing extra […]

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Be Prepared to Experience Creation’s Beauty in CCSP CASCADIA

April 30, 2012
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This post is from Creation Care Study Program’s April newsletter. Subscribe HERE to keep up with all that’s happening there! CCSP Cascadia CCSP New Zealand CCSP Belize CCSP CASCADIA: LAUNCHING Fall 2013 Well-known author Shane Claiborne calls CCSP Cascadia, “a space where you can re-imagine the way we live.” Come join the inaugural CCSP Cascadia […]

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Master of Arts in International Care and Community Development

April 27, 2012

Our good friend and MSA Collaborator, Dr. Forrest Inslee, just so happens to be Department Chair for this MA program at Northwest University. They still have a few slots available for their upcoming fall cohort – if you’ve been thinking about going in this direction I encourage you to check out their program today! This […]

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Launching CCSP Cascadia Sustainability Semester Fall 2013

April 19, 2012
Moss Covered Trees

by tom sine – Well-known author Shane Claiborne calls CCSP Cascadia, “A space where you can re-imagine the way we live.” Come join the inaugural CCSP Cascadia semester Fall 2013 and re-imagine new community based ways to live…new ways to become agents of sustainable change through organic gardening, social entrepreneurship & creation of resilient local […]

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What is the good life you want to come home to?

April 13, 2012
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“Four attractive young women on the TV screen sit on the beach at a luxury resort obviously enjoying the surf, sun and one another.  Suddenly, a small plane appears overhead, trailing a huge sign, which says in large letters, “ANNA WILL YOU MARRY ME?”  Anna’s friends immediately embraced her and excitedly jump up and down, […]

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