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Lisa Graham McMinn

Lisa Graham McMinn is a professor of sociology at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. She's somewhat new to blogging, because she generally prefers watching and tending bees, trees, and the vegetable patch to sitting in front of a computer. But besides teaching, she loves engaging with thoughtful women, and this promises to be that. She has written several books, including, most recently, Walking Gently on the Earth: Making Faithful Choices About Food, Energy, Shelter and More, Growing Strong Daughters and The Contented Soul.

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2D Love and Lars and the Real Girl | The Japanese phenomenon reveals a right human desire gone terribly wrong. (July 30, 2009)

The Urban Chicks Movement | Living out faith can include 'just food.' (July 24, 2009)

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Posted:March 19, 2009

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