Every week for the past five months, a group of Arab and Jewish women from neighboring towns near Haifa, Israel have come together to cook. Each week, they meet in a different woman’s home, discovering their commonalities and differences by sharing recipes, culinary traditions, and childhood memories.
A doctrinal framework that's fallen out of favor may be the best hope in giving Christian's faith a structure and a language they can articulate.
In this lecture for Westmont College’s series titled “Beyond Two Cultures: The Sciences as Liberal Arts,” string theorist Jim Gates offers his thoughts on the complementary natures of science and the liberal arts — and how the human mind formulates “systems of belief” in both disciplines.
Honor your favorite teacher and share a story about her or him.
At Neri Bloomfield "talking about coexistence is far less important than living it."
The filmmaker David Lynch has been a vocal advocate of transcendental meditation for some time now. But I’m quite intrigued with the work that his foundation is doing with returning veterans.
Simply a wonderful, four-minute film about the value of handwork and experiencing the world.
A listener grapples with our show and Sitting Bull's legacy.
Krista is given a new appreciation for "the sidelines of my education."
An innovator in social investing talks about three educators who influenced her most.
Our guest rediscovers Studs' magic in his interview — discussing imaginative educators defying the odds.
Improvisation as a method for mindfulness? A perspective from musician Anoushka Shankar.