by Steve Longenecker (This post was originally shared on the website for The Brethren Church [Ashland]. You can find it, and learn more about the Ashland Brethren, by visiting https://www.brethrenchurch.org/articles-stories/do-something?fbclid=IwAR29duG_3P08mh6BEBZN9ey1NvC0OyWPW-D8mCIb2dEPPOowCrJdKzydjmw) Repeatedly, the gospel calls us to do something. Turn the … Continued
(The following “PrayerNote” comes from Oasis Ministries for Spiritual Development) Juneteenth—Black Independence Day On June 19, 1865, in Galveston, Texas, enslaved African-Americans were told by the Union army they were free. It was two and a half years after President … Continued
by Kathy Fuller GuisewiteJune 7, 2020 I am a walker.Short walks are fine,but those long walks out in the countrysideopen me.Thirty minutes outand my mind is still busywith top layer thoughts.An hour into the walk,my breath and my feet are … Continued
Bill Faw offers comments about recent events in our country and a telling of two non-violent response trainings he underwent in the 1960s as part of the strong civil rights tradition disavowing violence.
A Hymn for our time in the Wilderness… As we travel along this road in our modern Wilderness, many of us have found comfort and solace in music. Our “stay-at-home” has provided time for exploring music in ways which we … Continued
Today’s “In the Wilderness” posting is a reprise from Sunday’s virtual worship service – Terry Houff singing his rendition of Thomas Dorsey’s “Peace in the Valley.”