Monthly Archives: March 2014

I think I know

After posting “Not only survive but thrive” My Joy informed me that at least one more paragraph was needed to complete the post. Next, Rachel and Eldon affirmed that the post needed more work. This after I had  worked on it for four days. I only wanted to offer some  practical ideas … Continue reading

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Not only survive but thrive

The Mennonite Church USA is declining in membership while it struggles with how to relate together as congregations and conferences. To read Mennonite media is to realize that the concern is pervasive: The question is how not only to survive but to thrive. … Continue reading

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An octogenarian at night

Some Native Americans call March’s full moon the worm moon because it’s the time for the ground to thaw and allow worms to come to the surface and be food for robins.  The sun shone most of the first day of spring in Goshen, Indiana, still there were … Continue reading

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