REFLECTION: Refugees from the military-industrial empire

by Rose Marie Berger Brandon Toy worked for General Dynamics, one of the leading U.S. war corporations. He was an engineering project manager who built Stryker armored fighting vehicles. Before working for GenDyn, Brandon was in the Michigan Army National Guard as a rocket specialist, team leader, and vehicle commander. He deployed as a military … Continue reading REFLECTION: Refugees from the military-industrial empire

REFLECTION: “For God so loved the world” – Christians and climate change

by Rose Marie Berger In the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, the United States launched two ground wars and a worldwide “war on terror.” Within two months, Congress federalized the Transportation Security Administration to secure airports. More than 263 government organizations were either created or reorganized. Some 1,931 private companies were put to work … Continue reading REFLECTION: “For God so loved the world” – Christians and climate change