Monthly Archives: June 2015

My Introduction to the Old South

I attended the South Hamelton Elementary School for my first eight grades of school, located North of the Mason Dixon Line and integrated. For my high school years I went South of the Mason Dixon to the Eastern Mennonite school at Harrisonburg, … Continue reading

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An Act of Compassion

My Joy made cup cakes for a SS class social, and prepared her own special potato salad using a receipt from her mother for a family gathering on Father’s Day.  While she was occupied I reread chapter 3 of Lederach’s … Continue reading

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Dream Boldly, Act Decisively

My last blog ended with my vision for a unified church and a peaceful world.  John Paul Lederach exhorts his readers to dream boldly. During a sleepless hour last night I reached for my kindle fire and listened to part … Continue reading

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