Janet Clark

Find Your Voice and Own It: Women and the Academic Life

Thank-you to J. Nathan Matias (@natematias), Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab Center for Civic Media, for venturing into and reporting on Women and the Academic Life as part of his Urbana12 series.* We’re looking forward to your responses to this material — any seminar participants withRead more…

Paul Borthwick

Making Cross-Cultural Relationships in a Globalised World

J. Nathan Matias (@natematias), Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab Center for Civic Media continues his Urbana12 series. This post in original form (12/30/2012) can be found here. Thank-you Nathan! Great to have you contributing material to the ESN Blog. Your work is much appreciated.. ~ ThomasRead more…

Cover of "Left, Right & Christ: Evangelical Faith in Politics" by Lisa Sharon Harper (Russell Media, 2011).

The Theology of Evangelical Action on Immigration Reform

This is the fourth post in an Urbana12 series by J. Nathan Matias (@natematias), Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab Center for Civic Media. This post in original form can be found here. ————————————- This weekend, I’m at Urbana, a gathering of Christian students interested in the workRead more…

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The Kingdom (Luke 10:1-24)

Though the Seventy-Two’s moment is not our moment, nevertheless, their Lord is our Lord, and as we modern-day disciples faithfully embody and articulate the good news of God’s reign in Christ, we still present our friends, families, communities, workplaces, and world with a difficult but necessary choice. Let us do so with grace, earnestness and the solid assurance that “all things” are in Christ’s hands.Read more…

Urbana12 Worship Time

Unpacking the Missions Statement of Jesus in Luke 4, Urbana 2012 Opening Session

J. Nathan Matias (@natematias), Research Assistant, MIT Media Lab Center for Civic Media, makes art, software and social processes which empower people to become more creative, more effective, and more informed. His recent projects include the Festival of Learning, researchRead more…