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News beyond the headlines
Sentinel writers Warren Bolon and Marilyn Jones, and Sentinel Radio host Russ Gerber, explore spiritual responses to local and global crises.
Russ Gerber: Your work as senior writers for the Sentinel magazine becomes pretty vital in uncertain times. People are looking for context as they try to make sense of a world that's going through war anxiety, uncertainty about the economy, and personal and national security. I'd like to talk about some of the issues that you're seeing and your response to them.
Marilyn Jones: Well, as part of my job, I read a lot of magazines and newspapers to see if I can find evidence of God's influence in human affairs. I look for potential stories where I see spirituality running through people's thinking and actions. But I come across quite a few stories that are disturbing, even frightening. There often seems to be an emphasis on people who feel disenfranchised—left behind.
Abuse—in the workplace and elsewhere
with contributions from Kate Lazarus, Claire Shillito, Betty Gillis, Anne Jesper
items of interest
with contributions from Swati Chopra, Penelope McCain, Diana L. Eck
When you are falsely accused
By James W. Higgins
I finally knew my REAL dad
By Ginny Luedeman
WHEN WORK BECAME A BATTLEGROUND
To face terror with prayer
By Elise L. Moore
PEACE in times of family turmoil
By Annette Bridges
Comfort welcomed for abused horses
By Susan Clay
Not just a survivor—but victorious
By Cindy Neely
Prayer protects family from violent abuse
Sharon Vincz Andrews
Healing of bursitis
Silmara Rangel Galhardo