In This Issue
Table of Contents
A dream came to me. It was the mid-1990s. Most unusual
things began to happen...
We gathered in the courtyard outside the First United
Methodist Church in Brevard, North Carolina, just about dusk on
For salad lovers this is a heady time of year, with early
cucumbers, flawless carrots, and more varieties of lettuce and
greens than a person can shake a salad fork at.
Thirty years after Mississippi Freedom Summer, 3,000 international observers return from El Salvador’s postwar "democratic elections."
Summer campfires and sing-alongs aside, the history of
God's people is written twice: Once in documents beginning
with the Torah and the Bible, and simultaneously in the music passed from family