Posts filed under: Who is my neighbor?

How to Enjoy Your Job and Bring Joy to Others

by Phoebe Farag Mikhail I occasionally indulge in the bad habit of checking Facebook or my news feed in the morning. It’s always a bad idea because it often puts me in an awful mood, especially since the tone of...
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Finding a Home Where There is No Home

A guest post by Maria Andrawis During the time of persecution in Egypt, when Christianity was still illegal and the Roman army was known to severely torture and kill Christians in the country, a young pagan named Pachomius was conscripted to the...
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Four Ways to Stay Hopeful in Uncertain Times

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Today is inauguration day in the United States of America. Millions of Americans are certainly jubilant. Millions are also understandably skeptical, and millions are justifiably angry, worried, concerned, and afraid. There is one thing, however, that...
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Annual Reflection and Planning Journal: FREE Printable

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail The quietness between December 26th and January 1st is one of my favorite times of the year. In Western countries, everything slows down. Even when I had to go to work, things were quieter, there were...
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Christmas for Everyone?

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Are you a non-Christian who celebrates Christmas? Recently my Muslim friend Eman posted this question on her Facebook page. She had read an interesting article from the Pew Research Center with a surprising statistic: 81% of...
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He Shall Be Called a Nazarene

by Phoebe Farag Mikhail This past Sunday, as I carried my baby and ushered my daughter towards the front of the church to take communion, I could not help but see the image of this little boy in my mind....
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The Longest Mile: The Being in Community Book of the Year 2016

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Read to the end for an exciting book giveaway! Christine Meyer, MD started running to fight off postpartum depression, and soon after discovered her dearest aunt had cancer. When she decided she had to run the...
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What to do no matter who wins the election

By Phoebe Farag Mikhail Someone is going to win the U.S. presidential election this November, and I am among many who are awaiting this day in trepidation. There are so many important issues at stake, and every four years, the...
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What it Really Means to Listen

by Phoebe Farag Mikhail The phone rang at 10 pm. I must admit, I was irritated. Until I heard her trembling voice. “Mice. I have mice in the apartment and I don’t know what to do, please tell me what...
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