Monthly Archives: November 2015

When should “should” be used?

I began writing this on Sunday, November 22, 2015. I did not go to CMC services that morning because the temperature was 12 degrees, there was snow on the ground and My Joy who usually gives me a ride was … Continue reading

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Real Life is full of Verbs, Said the Professor

The guest speaker for the New Perspectives on Faith last Sunday was Brianne Donaldson, Ph.D., whose topic was “New Narratives for Animal Rights and Planetary Preservation: Jainism and Process Theology.” Brianne received a B.A. in Bible, religion, and philosophy from … Continue reading

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Endless Chatter, Laughter, Generous Care

On November 7, 1926, the pastor of the E. Vine St. Mennonite Church in Lancaster, Pa. opened the Sunday evening children’s meeting and then vanished. The pastor was D. Stoner Krady. He had disappeared into the apartment where his family lived … Continue reading

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