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Volume 3 (Browse contents)
Creating Change in a Changing Climate
A Krista Colleague wrestles with the nature of ‘service’ as she makes her way through the often cold confines of graduate school.
I'm Going Home, But First...
A Krista Colleague finds creative ways to link her graduate research with her determination to contribute to the people and environmental concerns of her Navajo homeland in the beautiful Sonoran Desert.
Volume 4 (Browse contents)
Pouring from an Empty Cup
A Krista Colleague examines the dry reservoir of her once activist spirit in search of a more sustainable source of energy and care.
Celtic Rhythm of Rest: Life Lessons from Iona
One Colleague’s life giving discovery: an ancient Celtic Christian community is a well-spring for learning the rhythm of work, prayer and rest.
Over a Pint: Reflections on Ignatian Spirituality
What better place than a pub for exploring how Ignatian Spirituality can imbue ordinary life with extraordinary meaning.
Windows Facing Out: Finding a Room of my Own
Kayla Walker Edin
Can global citizenship extend beyond the confines of formal service, activism or nonprofit work—perhaps even into the academic realms of a literature PhD?
An excerpt from a blog entry, written shortly before her volunteer term ends.
A Search for Home
What or who makes a home? An artist reflects on her painting.
Accept Surprises: From Doctor in Training to Patient in Training
When the trajectory of our ‘great plan’ is derailed, how do we deal with the unexpected surprise?
Volume 5 (Browse contents)
I'm Going Home, But First
After spending a year in Americorps, a young adult grapples with the decision to attend graduate school or to return to her home on the Diné (Navajo) Reservation.