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Inside Out: 246: Cost-Effective Compassion

05.23.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

How do we decide where to send our “compassion dollars?” Join us to hear from Dr. Bruce Wydick, author of the article “Cost-Effective Compassion: The 10 Most Popular Strategies for Helping the Poor.”

Inside Out 245: Choosing Family Togetherness

05.16.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

There are many good reasons families should fight for more time together. Join teacher and blogger Courtney Reissig for a conversation on intentional togetherness.

Inside Out 244: Looking Your Age?

05.09.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Author Michelle Van Loon is the author of the her.meneutics blog post: “Is It a Sin to Look Your Age?” We talk about beauty, age, fear and even radical women.

Inside Out 243: Ethics of Reproduction Technology

04.18.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join us for a conversation about advanced reproductive technologies with Ellen Painter Dollar, author of “No Easy Choice: A Story of Disability, Parenthood, and Faith in an Age of Advanced Reproduction.”

Inside Out 242: What Children Learn When We Fight Fair

04.04.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join guest Caryn Rivadeneira as we talk about her February 2012 blog post “Duke It Out for Them: Why Kids Need to See Their Parents Fight.”

Inside Out 241: Persecuted Church: Egypt

03.28.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Dr. Carl Moeller has just returned from Egypt and describes the desperate situation of the persecuted church in that country. Moeller is the President/CEO of Open Doors USA.

Inside Out 240: Avoiding Adultery

03.21.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Guest Marlena Graves shares about avoiding infidelity by staying close both to God and your spouse. Graves is the author of the blog post “Toying with Adultery?”

Inside Out 239: Comfort in Widowhood

03.07.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Of special interest to widows and widowers: Mary Elliott's brief Bible survey on how God’s care is like that of the best of husbands. Her book is Living Isaiah 54: Your Maker is Your Husband.

Inside Out 238: Emotions of Elder Care

02.29.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

As Americans age, family caregivers are expected to provide most of the long-term care. Are we ready for the emotions that come along with parenting our parents? Join us for a conversation with Karen Swallow Prior, author of the blog post “Scared to Death of Death: Facing More Than Gramma’s ...

Inside Out 237: The New Domesticity

02.22.12 | Martha Manikas-Foster

More young women are gardening, canning, and baking bread under the banner of the New Domesticity. Join us for a conversation with Rachel Stone, author of the recent her.menutics blog post “How We Can Harness the New Domesticity Without Diminishing Women.”

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