Cover Story: Echoes of Merton in Erin O. White’s love story of faith and family, ‘Given Up for You’

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A HERO’S JOURNEY TO RECLAIM HER FAITH

A UNIQUE MEMOIR—We don’t use the term “unique” lightly, but Erin O. White’s beautifully written memoir is something we haven’t seen before. This is, indeed, a love story about Erin’s faith and family. What makes this an exceptional memoir is that representatives of Erin’s faith pointedly rejected her family—and Erin had the courage to bust back into Christianity with her family, anyway. Please, enjoy our interview with Erin and share this story with friends.

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Another kind of pilgrimage

GOD SIGNS— This week, Suzy Farbman writes about the life-long friendship of two artists who sealed their bond with a challenge to visit 50 historic English pubs in two weeks. The friends did precisely that with great flourish. As one of those friends recently died, Suzy recalls these larger-than-life characters and their adventures.

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Holidays

MIDSUMMER—Most of our readers live in the Northern Hemisphere, where Midsummer celebrations are approaching. You may think of this as the Summer Solstice, the year’s longest day or you might call this Litha. Stephanie Fenton has the story that circles the globe with colorful observances.

GET READY FOR HOT DOGS! Stock up now! July is National Hot Dog Month and our own resident author Joe Grimm is one of the nation’s leading hot dog experts—at least when it comes to Michigan’s signature treatment of this beloved food: the Coney Island. Enjoy our story about July’s many food festivals, which also include ice cream, chocolate and fried chicken.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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Front Edge Publishing

CALLING AMAZON AUTHORS! Are you a published author? Do you know one? This week, marketing expert Susan Stitt explains the many options Amazon provides through its Author Pages. Using everything from photos and social media handles to recent blog posts and videos, Amazon allows authors to reach out to their readers in many compelling ways.

Want to learn more about publishing today? Please, share this home address with friends: www.FrontEdgePublishing.com

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FAITH & FILM

Click to read about June’s Visual Parables Journal.

ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

Among Ed’s free reviews and columns are:

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Cover Story: Good news in challenging times—a dog’s tale captures the creative attention of kids

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‘SADIE SEES TROUBLE’
MEANS KIDS SEE FUN!

A DOG AT SCHOOL? Have you seen the new Pew Research report on kids’ obsessive focus on digital screens? Just in time, author Linda Jarkey and illustrator Julie Jarkey-Kozlowski—both of whom are veteran educators—are bringing the lovable dog Sadie to readers nationwide as one way to capture the attention of children. In Michigan, St. Lawrence School librarian Candice Tobola immediately made the connection and invited the sisters to present a reading and a colorful craft program with her second and third graders. The day was a big hit! Please, read our story about this event—and the news from Pew—and consider getting involved with Sadie yourself. The story ends with several ways you can get to know Sadie personally.

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Buddhist Wisdom
& a Mother’s Love

GOD SIGNSSuzy Farbman writes about the wise and deeply moving novel by Laurie Frankel, This Is How It Always Is, which has received rave reviews nationwide. Questions about gender—and how parents can respond if their children go through changes—are in headlines every week. What Frankel brings to her story is a remarkably fresh perspective, drawing on Buddhist wisdom about the ever-changing nature of life. Suzy writes that, even if this issue doesn’t seem to be part of your life today, it may pop up unexpectedly in the future. Frankel’s compassion and talent as a storyteller is a great way to consider the possibilities.

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Holidays

READY FOR FATHER’S DAY?—Stephanie Fenton reminds us that it’s coming on June 17. The holiday’s roots stretch back to 1910 in Spokane, Washington. Ever since then, families have faced the annual challenge of what to do for Dad’s special day. Well, Stephanie also includes a half dozen links to great ideas that just might help you answer the question this year.

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Ramadan Celebrations

EID IS COMING SOON—The vast majority of the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims are observing the annual fast of Ramadan and, this week, Stephanie Fenton looks at the two big festivals at the crescendo of this month of spiritual reflection: Laylat al-Qadr and Eid al-Fitr. The first marks the moment when the Prophet Muhammad received the revelation of the Quran. The second is the big festival that ends the fasting month. If you’re not Muslim, Stephanie’s column is valuable because it helps us all understand these traditions that are so important to friends, neighbors and co-workers.

MUSLIM PUBLISHING—In our FrontEdgePublishing section, we take a look at the challenges Muslim writers and readers face in trying to get their books published in the U.S., these days.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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Front Edge Publishing

REVOLUTION IN PUBLISHING—Books no longer are literally set in metal, so cutting-edge publishers have a whole new array of resources to mark special meaning for our readers. Production Director Dmitri Barvinok writes this week about the purpose of digitally styling new books, today. Now, we are able to consider a book’s meaning word by word and page by page—and we can invisibly include markers to convey that particular meaning to readers.

Want to learn more about publishing today? Please, share this home address with friends: www.FrontEdgePublishing.com

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FAITH & FILM

Click to read about June’s Visual Parables Journal.

ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

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Cover Story—Chaplain Tom Stella on CPR for the Soul: Reviving a Sense of the Sacred in Everyday Life

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130 Invitations to Spiritual Reawakening

COVER STORY—This week, we welcome back Tom Stella, a chaplain with a talent for sparking spiritual reflection in the midst of our busy lives. Tom invites us to pause for a moment in our otherwise hectic work week. Then, he tries to change our perspective through compelling quotes and memorable stories, coupled with his own pointed advice for what he calls “Reviving a Sense of the Sacred in Everyday Life.” Please, read this week’s Cover Story in which David Crumm interviews Tom and describes this insightful new book. As you’ll quickly learn, this is a story you may also want to share with friends. The book has lots of thought-provoking material for small group discussion—or individual reflection. And, Tom’s style of writing is a valuable model for other professionals who want to craft such columns themselves. Enjoy!

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SPIRITUAL PRACTICES TODAY

GOD SIGNS—This week’s Cover Story author Tom Stella knows what he’s talking about when he describes the widespread interest in spiritual practices. This week, Suzy Farbman brings us a vivid example of the popularity, today. She tells us the story of Jo Kleindienst, a cancer survivor, who became so inspired by the ancient Way of St. James in Spain that she devoted a month of her life to that famous pilgrimage. This was not without challenges! Yet, Jo had companions with her—a daughter and a friend—and the journey changed her life. Enjoy this week’s column and, please, share it with friends.

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TOP 10 WAYS TO SING A HAPPY TUNE

ELAINE GREENBERG’S SONG LIST—Nothing stops Elaine! Not mishaps in her neighborhood. Not crises at home. And not even a diagnosis of cancer. That’s why Elaine Greenberg is known throughout southeast Michigan for her many years of cheerful performances to life people’s spirits—and raise money for cancer-support programs. This week, Elaine shares her Top 10 list of songs guaranteed to make you happy. And, she also shares her remarkable life story of community service. We dare you to start singing these songs. You’re guaranteed to start smiling!

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REACHING YOUNG READERS

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CONGRATULATIONS BIAS BUSTERS! The Michigan State University School of Journalism students known as Bias Busters will be honored again by the national group for college journalism educators. The Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication chose the MSU Bias Busters book series as a winner in the Best Practices Competition. The 2018 theme is Teaching Diversity in Journalism and Mass Communication. The Bias Busters recently reached a major milestone of asking—and answering—10,000 questions in their guidebooks! Series editor and MSU journalism professor Joe Grimm will accept the honor—second place in the category—on August 7 in Washington D.C. The first-place winner is Jan Larson of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire for “Immersion Reporting: Civil Conversation. Third place goes to Jennifer Sadler of the University of Mississippi.

HOW CAN WE REACH YOUNG READERS? David Crumm reports on recent Pew Research with some surprising findings about young adult reading preferences. Did you know that “young folks” read more books than “old folks”? Did you know that teens seem to be abandoning Facebook in huge numbers? This column also has a direct link to download a free 19-page PDF of the May 31 Pew report on teens and social media.

INTERESTED IN PUBLISHING? Want to learn more about publishing today? Please, share this home address with friends: www.FrontEdgePublishing.com

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Holidays

READY FOR FATHER’S DAY?—Stephanie Fenton reminds us that it’s coming on June 17. The holiday’s roots stretch back to 1910 in Spokane, Washington. Ever since then, families have faced the annual challenge of what to do for Dad’s special day. Well, Stephanie also includes a half dozen links to great ideas that just might help you answer the question this year.

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Ramadan Celebrations

EID IS COMING SOON—The vast majority of the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims are observing the annual fast of Ramadan and, this week, Stephanie Fenton looks at the two big festivals at the crescendo of this month of spiritual reflection: Laylat al-Qadr and Eid al-Fitr. The first marks the moment when the Prophet Muhammad received the revelation of the Quran. The second is the big festival that ends the fasting month. If you’re not Muslim, Stephanie’s column is valuable because it helps us all understand these traditions that are so important to friends, neighbors and co-workers.

MUSLIM PUBLISHING—In our FrontEdgePublishing section, we take a look at the challenges Muslim writers and readers face in trying to get their books published in the U.S., these days.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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FAITH & FILM

Click on the movie still to read about Lean on Pete.

ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

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Cover Story: MSU students and scholars help us navigate a diverse world

CELEBRATING 1,000 QUESTIONS

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MEET THE BIAS BUSTERS—Michigan State University’s Joe Grimm writes about the milestone of 1,000 questions asked—and answered—by MSU School of Journalism students working with experts nationwide on a popular series of guidebooks. Each title begins “100 Questions & Answers About …” and these students—with input from blue-ribbon panels of expert readers—answer the common questions we often ask among friends and co-workers. The key to living successfully in our diverse communities, today, is understanding the meaning of our individual customs and traditions so that we can see how much we ultimately share. Please, read Joe Grimm’s story about how much has been learned in this years’ long process of asking 1,000 questions. And share this news with friends. These guides are perfect for anyone who wants to know more about family, friends and co-workers from different backgrounds.

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ALSO FROM MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY

CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS—“Leaders drive change,” writes Bill Donohue, a Distinguished Professor of Communication at Michigan State University. “That driving process happens through a series of critical conversations.” As we work each day, we talk with managers, co-workers, clients—but we rarely think about how we are approaching these conversations that define our lives. In this “must-read primer for anyone interested in leadership,” Donohue describes our possible approaches to these conversations as a card game he calls Card Talk. Please, read the news about this remarkable, practical—and downright fun—new book that helps us approach often stressful interactions with an eagerness that comes with these fresh insights.

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Happy Memorial Day!

MAKING MEMORIAL DAY PLANS? Stephanie Fenton’s column also turns back to excerpts from the landmark essay on “Civil Religion in America” by sociologist Robert Bellah—well worth a moment to read this week. If you’re intrigued, she also has a link to find the entire text of Bellah’s lengthy essay. Bellah writes, in part: “Memorial Day observance, especially in the towns and smaller cities of America, is a major event for the whole community involving a rededication to the martyred dead, to the spirit of sacrifice, and to the American vision.” Whether you agree with Bellah or not, there are lots of thought-provoking ideas in this piece that was published half a century ago!

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Ramadan Mubarak!

FASTING & HOSPITALITY—The vast majority of the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims are observing the annual fast of Ramadan, which continues through mid June, some of the longest days of any calendar year. Holidays columnist Stephanie Fenton has the story, including the background on this important month.

In addition, we have lots of other inspiring (and delicious) stories related to Ramadan. For example, Christian ethicist Matthew Kaemingk’s new book addresses evangelical Christians, making the case that Christianity calls on the faithful to welcome our Muslim neighbors.

WHY WE FASTMuslim educator and writer Najah Bazzy explains the benefits of the Ramadan fast in this chapter from her book The Beauty of Ramadan.

MUSLIM PUBLISHING—In our FrontEdgePublishing section, we take a look at the challenges Muslim writers and readers face in trying to get their books published in the U.S., these days.

THROUGHOUT MAY—Two special national observances honor centuries of American Jewish history and Asian Pacific American heritage. Our column has links to resource-rich Library of Congress websites for both months.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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FAITH & FILM

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ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

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Cover story: Rediscovering the ‘Awe and Wonder’ of Faith with Marcus Borg

MEETING MARCUS AGAIN …

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MYSTERY OF FAITH—Of course, we lost our good friend and regular visitor to our online magazine when Marcus Borg died in 2015. Now, his team of editors at HarperOne and his wife Marianne Borg have collaborated on a volume with samples of his life’s work that we suggest could have been called, Meeting Marcus Borg Again for the First Time—Uncovering the Life, Teachings, and Relevance of a Religious Revolutionary. Longtime readers of our magazine will recall the many interviews we published with this inspiring writer and thought-provoking scholar. Please, read our Cover Story this week, an overview of Marcus’s new book as well as an interview with Marianne Borg. AND NOTE: This is a terrific book for small-group discussion so share this story with friends.

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WANT TO BE A BETTER WRITER?

One thing we know about our regular readers: Most of us enjoy writing as much as we enjoy reading, don’t we? Many of our readers are preachers, teachers, small-group coordinators, journalists, community leaders—and our professions require us to write all the time. This week, we’ve got two wonderful stories on the quest to improve our writing.

RODNEY CURTISThe photo above is one of Rodney’s images from his column this week about a seminar he led on the theme: Express Yourself—The Role of Expressive Writing in the Healing Process. As our regular readers know, Rodney is a cancer survivor as well as a nationally known journalist, author and photographer. In this seminar led by Rodney, helping men and women to channel their experiences through writing was an inspiring opportunity for everyone—including the leader.

SUSAN STITT—In our Front Edge Publishing column this week, marketing expert Susan Stitt explores the rapidly growing world of podcasts—with a special focus on podcasts about writing and editing. The best part of her column? Susan reveals her own Top 5 list of great podcasts for writers and authors.

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Ramadan Mubarak!

BILLIONS ARE FASTING—The vast majority of the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims are observing the annual fast of Ramadan, which continues through mid June, some of the longest days of any calendar year. Holidays columnist Stephanie Fenton has the story, including the background on this important month.

In addition, we have lots of other inspiring (and delicious) stories about Ramadan.

FAST & FEAST—When the sun sets, Muslim families traditionally gather for thankful feasts with relatives and friends. Our FeedTheSpirit column visits Parwan Anwar and her family, where Parwan talks about cooking for this special season—and shares a recipe for Bolani, Afghan stuffed bread.

WELCOMING CHRISTIANS—Christian ethicist Matthew Kaemingk’s new book addresses evangelical Christians, making the case that Christianity calls on the faithful to welcome our Muslim neighbors.

WHY WE FASTMuslim educator and writer Najah Bazzy explains the benefits of the Ramadan fast in this chapter from her book The Beauty of Ramadan.

MUSLIM PUBLISHING—In our FrontEdgePublishing section, we take a look at the challenges Muslim writers and readers face in trying to get their books published in the U.S., these days.

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ALL THE HOLIDAYS

MAKING MEMORIAL DAY PLANS? Stephanie Fenton’s column also turns back to the landmark essay by sociologist Robert Bellah—well worth a moment to read this week.

TRINITY SUNDAYA Christian festival that dates back more than 1,000 years.

DECLARATION OF THE BABBaha’i communities across the globe commemorate the anniversary of the Declaration of the Bab, made on this night in 1844.

THROUGHOUT MAY—Two special national observances honor centuries of American Jewish history and Asian Pacific American heritage. Our column has links to resource-rich Library of Congress websites for both months.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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FAITH & FILM

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ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

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Cover Story: Ramadan Mubarak! Is there a peaceful pathway for Christians and Muslims?

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CHRISTIAN ETHICIST CHARTS A PEACEFUL COURSE

MEET MATTHEW KAEMINGK—The most promising pathway toward interfaith peace is not abandoning our faith in the hope of “just getting along with everyone.” In fact, Christian ethicist Matthew Kaemingk argues: If we abandon our faith, we give up the ancient core values that can build a healthy, diverse community. The pathway to peace is a deeper dive into our traditions with a proper understanding of hospitality and humility. This is a landmark book from an evangelical scholar that grapples with a whole host of thorny issues that are facing men and women who care about their congregations—and making peace in our world, today. Please, read David Crumm’s interview with Matthew and share this news with friends.

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Ramadan Mubarak!

THE FASTING MONTH IS STARTING! This week, the world’s nearly 2 billion Muslims begin the annual fasting month, most likely after a crescent of the moon is sighted on Tuesday evening. That makes Wednesday May 16 the most likely first day of fasting in 2018. Holidays columnist Stephanie Fenton has the story, including the background on this important month. Then, Stephanie adds some fascinating news items, including the story of a Michigan woman who is creating “Ramadan trees” for American Muslim families. She also has a helpful section on tips and etiquette for greeting our Muslim neighbors and co-workers. Yes, this is a helpful column to share with friends, as well.

WHO PUBLISHES MUSLIM WRITERS? In our FrontEdgePublishing section, we take a look at the challenges Muslim writers and readers face in trying to get their books published in the U.S., these days.

THROUGHOUT MAY—Two special national observances honor centuries of American Jewish history and Asian Pacific American heritage. Our column has links to resource-rich Library of Congress websites for both months.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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12 Steps Toward …
Helping Others

GOD SIGNS—In keeping with our themes this week of true hospitality and humility, Suzy Farbman brings us the inspiring story of Michael Richker. Early in his life, Michael was addicted to drugs and alcohol to the point of destroying his relationships and his family business. Finally, through the 12 Steps, Michael got sober, discovered a renewed connection with his Jewish faith—and carved out a whole new role in his community. Now, he dedicates his life to helping others.

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FRONT EDGE PUBLISHING

AVOIDING AMAZON? Why would an author, or a small publisher, decide to avoid listing on Amazon? That’s the question this week in a column by Front Edge Publishing Production Director Dmitri Barvinok. Turns out, there are daring—and profitable—reasons that energetic authors sometimes chose this strategy. Want to learn more about publishing today? Please, share this home address with friends: www.FrontEdgePublishing.com

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FAITH & FILM

Click the image to learn about the May issue.

ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

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Cover Story: David Finnegan-Hosey invites us to meet ‘Christ on the Psych Ward’

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‘LET ME TELL YOU A STORY’

DE-MYSTIFYING MENTAL ILLNESS—This week’s cover story introduces an author and Georgetown University chaplain who can help all of us reach out to the millions of families struggling with mental illness in our communities nationwide. On a pragmatic level, David Finnegan-Hosey talks about his own struggle with bipolar disorder—and then offers practical advice about how our congregations can become more welcoming places. In our interview, this week, David says, “I didn’t write this just to dump my story on others. I wrote this to create space for others. We all need to be more open and honest and together we can beat back some of the stigma about mental health in the faith community.” We also provide some helpful links to learn more, so that you can start a conversation with friends—and you may wind up bringing a helpful new awareness to your congregation.

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HOLIDAYS & FESTIVALS

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PLAN AHEAD FOR MOM! You’ve got less than a week to make plans for honoring the beloved Moms in your life. Stephanie Fenton recounts the history of the American version of this annual festival—and she offers some very helpful web links to help you make this a special day.

ASCENSION—Christians following the traditional church calendar know that Pentecost is coming. But, before that is the ancient observance of the Ascension of the Lord.

THROUGHOUT MAY—Two special national observances honor centuries of American Jewish history and Asian Pacific American heritage. Our column has links to resource-rich Library of Congress websites for both months.

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RAMADAN MUBARAK!

COMING MAY 16—That is likely the first day of the fasting month of Ramadan, so we want to greet our Muslim readers early, this year. And for non-Muslims who work with Muslims and have Muslim friends and neighbors—remember that their month-long fast is coming during a season with long days in the Northern Hemisphere. Think about ways you can be a supportive friend. Next week, on May 14, our magazine’s Cover Story will focus on Christian-and-Muslim relationships. This week, we take a look at the challenges Muslim writers and readers face in trying to get their books published in the U.S., these days.

Want to see all the holidays? www.InterfaithHolidays.com

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RODNEY’S BACK!

LET’S GO TO MESA VERDE—Our longtime readers know Rodney as The Spiritual Wanderer—because his columns and gorgeous photographs have been a popular feature in our online magazine for a decade. This week, in two columns, Rodney takes us to one of the oldest centers of civilization in North America: Mesa Verde. First, Rodney introduces us to the extraordinary landscape and story of Mesa Verde. Then, in a second column (with more eye-popping photos), Rodney tells us what it’s like to actually scale these sheer rock walls.

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FAITH & FILM

ED McNULTY, for decades, has published reviews, magazine articles and books exploring connections between faith and film. Most of his work is freely published. Ed supports his work by selling the Visual Parables Journal, a monthly magazine packed with discussion guides to films. This resource is used coast-to-coast by individuals who love the movies and by educators, clergy and small-group leaders.

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