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ITEMS OF INTEREST
"JAMES HARTWICK, coordinator of the secondary social studies program at UW [University of Wisconsin]-Whitewater, believes that prayer enhances his relationships with students when he was a social studies teacher at Burlington High School, near Lake Geneva.
" 'Opportunities arose that I just couldn't explain,' said Hartwick, who also believes praying made him more patient, understanding, and receptive in his dealings with students. They in turn, 'reacted to me better.'
"For his dissertation—'An Investigation into the Spiritual, Religious, and Prayer Lives of Wisconsin Public School Teachers: The Inner Life of the Teacher'—Hartwick set out to discover if other public school teachers pray and whether they believe it makes them better at their job.
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with contributions from NATHAN BOWEN, JUDY LAUBSCHER, DEE MAHUVAWALLA, ERMA R. GAMBLE, JOANN SMEDLEY
The River Plenty runs Soul-deep
WARREN BOLON, SENIOR WRITER
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Sandy Cullen, Dan Wooding, Wess Stafford
A SPIRITUAL RESPONSE TO POVERTY
BY BILL MOODY
GETTING FROM NEVER ENOUGH TO ABUNDANCE
Warren Bolon with contributions from GLEN LAUDER
ONE GOD AVAILABLE TO ALL
BY ANTONIO GONGA
GOD OUTFITTED ME TO GIVE ABUNDANTLY
BY AMY ANDERSON
A MISSION OF GIVING
Marilyn Jones with contributions from PATTY WILSON
SOWING THE SEEDS
A BUSINESS REBOUNDS THROUGH LOVE
By Cecil Lekhuleni
By Ginny Luedeman
How you prayed
with contributions from Renee Anderson, Kiersten Opsahl, Lily Yan Whitlen, Kaleigh sellar, Keron Opsahl
LIFTING NATIONS OUT OF THE POVERTY TRAP: MISSION POSSIBLE
ROSALIE E. DUNBAR
'HOLLYWOOD COULDN'T WRITE A BETTER ENDING'
KIM SHIPPEY, SENIOR WRITER
NOTHING IMPERFECT COULD TAKE ROOT
CHRONIC CONDITION HEALED
ALWAYS 'SAFE IN THE SUBSTANCE OF SOUL'