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Alumni Quarterly — Fall 2019

Dear Living School Alumni, The new Alumni Quarterly is here—and this issue takes up addiction, a challenging theme for us all. If you are a recent Living School “sendee,” welcome! And if you are a long-time alum, a hearty hello to you, too. This electronic magazine exists to resource your daily lives at the intersection… Continue Reading Alumni Quarterly — Fall 2019

Movie Review: The Last Jedi, or How Action & Contemplation Save the Day

Movie Review: The Last Jedi, or How Action & Contemplation Save the Day Debonee Morgan (’15) Many Star Wars fans were completely flabbergasted by the latest installment— The Last Jedi—in the film series. They were certain that “Luke would do that!” and “That’s not the way of the Jedi!” etc. Yet from a contemplative or… Continue Reading Movie Review: The Last Jedi, or How Action & Contemplation Save the Day

Alumni Newsletter — May 2018

A Note from the Editor Dear Living School alumni, Christ is evolving in us. Our Living School formation has taught us that, come what may, the love of Christ is constant. Paradoxically, this constancy of Christ is not fixed and static but ever-flowing and always changing. Life and faith do not fit into a box,… Continue Reading Alumni Newsletter — May 2018

Debonee Morgan

Debonee Morgan writes: As we are called to actively bring our Living School ethos into the world, I’m excited to begin a new adventure in the spirit of our “quantumly entangled” experience. Care and Counseling Center of Georgia has asked me to create a program to train the next generation of spiritual directors in the… Continue Reading Debonee Morgan

Debonee Morgan

Be the Change At the 2015 Living School Symposium, student Tasha Wahl, 2016 cohort, hid a beautiful butterfly on the grounds of the Hyatt Tamaya. Debonee Morgan, 2015 cohort and now alumna, found the butterfly and chose to donate the prize money to the Living School scholarship fund. Thanks to Butterfly Effect and Debonee for… Continue Reading Debonee Morgan

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