This blog post is a reflection in response to the book The Church of Us vs. Them by David Fitch. Read Bernard Tam's book review here. Borrowing from Soren Kierkegaard titled book, Either/Or, I feel like I want to do a follow-up post on the review of The Church of Us Vs.
This blog post is a book review of The Church of Us vs. Them by David Fitch, a good friend of the New Leaf Network. Also, read this reflection from Bernard Tam in response to his review: Reimagining the Church of Us Vs Them The new book The Church of Us Vs.
Has there been such a time as this, where the whole world is halted by an invisible force? School, businesses, sports events, entertainment and malls have all come to a close. There are so many fears, concerns and uncertainties. And yet the world has never been closer; globalization leads us into such a strange intimate
We want to introduce you to the New Leaf Blog contributors by giving them a chance for them to share their story. Sharing today, Bernard Tam. It is often weird having to write about yourself; to paint a narrative that would best help others know who you are. If you know me well you
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Recently I was at a coffee shop in Toronto, Ontario. My friends and I struck up a conversation with one of the barista. He was explaining to us how important it is for the coffee shops (and the coffee industry as a whole) to keep on learning, growing and evolving. The barista used an analogy