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Trafficking

Chris Stollar, who was Dean of Faculty at Kilns College until recently moving to Ohio, sent me this article on trafficking he just had published by Relevant Magazine. Chris is a journalist who has a tremendous heart for justice and non-profit organizations. Click here or on the picture below to read Chris’ article (and make …

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WR NEXT on Twitter

Matt Smith, Antioch’s College and Justice Pastor, is in the Bahamas and will be flying to Haiti tomorrow with World Relief. Matt has signed World Relief NEXT up with a Twitter account and will be posting regular updates.  If you’re on Twitter make sure to follow Matt – http://twitter.com/worldreliefnext

History of Atheism

I just agreed today to teach a Tuesday night class this spring through Kilns College called, “The History and Philosophy of Atheism.” I’m pretty convinced that the conversation that needs to happen about faith is evolving from what it has been in previous generations.  A lot of it used to be in-house Christian dialogue – theology, doctrine, …

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Collaboration

Matt Smith asked me to write this little piece on collaboration for the World Relief NEXT website and e-newsletter. I thought I’d post it here as well!! ************** Collaboration is simply a word. It stands for the act of working together. Collaboration, however, can also be a philosophy – a way of thinking, planning and …

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ABOUT ME Ken Wytsma I’m a second-generation Dutch American—engineer, philosopher, entrepreneur, wine historian, author and educator. My father was born in ’44 under Nazi occupation in Holland. He immigrated to the United States when he was eight years old, working double shifts through school before joining the United States Navy. Growing up as a Navy …

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