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spiritual perspective on magazines
ON A SATURDAY AFTERNOON a few years ago, inching my way through the magazine racks at one of my favorite bookstores, I spotted a new title: Hope. Who could resist riffling through that? One quick riffle and I bought it, took it home, and read every word.
A small bi-monthly produced by a tiny staff in Brooklin, Maine, Hope runs deep. On racks rife with sensational news stories, "surface" mags recording every hair-do (and don't), countless car-buff magazines, the latest fads in food and shelter, Hope is an oasis. Its cover usually features a human face looking you right in the eye and inviting you to come into the magazine for a conversation.
Nation shall speak peace unto nation
with contributions from Wendy Mulhern, Lynn Meyerson, Joan Holcomb, Virginia Huff
items of interest
with contributions from Eknath Easwaran, David Waters, Bill Sherman, Joshua Levine Grater
RESPONDING to the information tsunami
Stephen T. Gray
SPIRITUALITY in the public square
with contributions from Peggy Wehmeyer
Bettie Gray Sentinel Staff
SENSATIONALISM—news or blues?
MERCY on INTERSTATE 5
Katherine C. Pennington
What St. Paul says about terror
A closetful of gratitude
It was a beautiful snake
Loren L. Janes
The marketing of fear
Spiritual growth brings physical healing
Daniel C. Bort
God's help, wherever you are
Protected when assaulted