An evaluation of the messages that limit our household vision.
On putting our money where our best stories are.
A few small reminders to learn and let go.
On witnessing a legacy of friendship, sorrow and laughter.
Joy tends to overflow to the point of sharing -- and yet sometimes it doesn't.
A meditation on receiving with the original intention of giving.
Growing a church community around the centrality of the shared feast.
On discovering the weight of the sacred meal.
When the complexities of life after community living show up in the produce section.
How living in intentional community can lead to self-awareness.
What the Boomers need to re-learn about security.
A review of Instagram, a photo sharing social networking platform.
On the struggle to discover deep connections after college.
A move to a new community is marked by shared meals and beverages.
Taking stock of life’s clutter with joy and gratitude.
Reflecting on a day in the life of the *cino community Three Rivers, Michigan.
Exploring biblical themes for living life well together.
An art director and illustrator speaks to fellow artists from experience.
Reflecting at the beginning of a new year on growing older with grace.
Ten reasons to support *cino from wherever you are.
Reflecting on the trajectory of a life attached to social networks and technological devices.
An interview with Christopher Keefe, owner of Minga Imports, a fair trade wholesale distribution business.
Fundraising anti-advice from a kid who always just ate the chocolate bars herself.
Lessons learned from modern serfdom in a friend’s garden.
A homemade neighborhood tradition engages local kids.
Tracing the origins of a Friday night ritual reveals its accumulated layers of meaning.
Confronting the luxury of DIY porn.
The joys and challenges of sharing space and limited privacy.
Remembering a mother’s edible expressions of love.
A reflection on the community of Acts and accepting the invitation.