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In addition to serving just under 2,000 youth and families each year, the services we offer give back to the community at-large and foster a safe and respectful space for all individuals regardless of their background. What I respect most about LCN and our work is our philosophy of harm-reduction and housing first, where we meet individuals where they are at in their lives and know that stable housing is the first step in stabilizing one’s life.
ASK GREG! December 17, 2013 Q. If I remember my one history course I had in college a long time ago accurately for a long time Christianity was the exclusive religion in a society where everyone was expected to be a Christian. Now we live in an age of pluralism. Once upon a time absolutism
by Greg Singleton ASK GREG December 12, 2013 SALVATION, THEOSIS, AND UNION WITH CHRIST: Q. I know that Christianity has all to do with sin and salvation, but does there have to be so much wallowing in our wretched unworthiness? The short answer: No, there doesn’t have to be. Now for a slightly longer
When I was in 8th grade I had an English teacher who encouraged me to make a list of all the books I’d read, and to keep that list active as I grew older as a kind of curriculum vitae, or “course of my life.” I didn’t do so a good job of actually tracking