Thursday, September 28, 2006

Crop Walk

Hello Friends,
I will be walking on October 8 in Greensboro's Crop Walk. Greensboro has the second or third largest Crop Walk in the country and we are striving to be number one. If you would like to walk, please send me email at Please use subject Crop Walk.

My friends Jonathan and Ann Smith are sponsoring my walk in memory of two dear people. Hang Kpa, a little Montegnard refugee died this week of a brain stem glioma. She was five years old. (Please pray for her family). Dear David Pratto graduated from life on earth in October 2002. He had an inoperable brain tumor. Thank you to Ann and Jonathan.

Other sweet friends are sponsoring my walk also, the Knoxes, Ms. Penny, my children, Ms. Jeffus, my mom, Ms. Lautermilch, the Hermans, Ms. Capone, the Kellys and the Buschs. Thanks to all for feeding people in Greensboro and around the world.

Saturday, September 23, 2006


Current events are reminding me of this poem. Perhaps events do not remind you of this poem, but the poem is worth reading anyway. I am including the link to what is supposed to be the original (in German) and then some translations. First they came..

When teaching high school religion classes, almost 40 years ago, we used these passages with a wonderful film strip to kick off a discussion with high school students.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Central Wildcats 1956

Via request, I have created a blog for our high school class from Pueblo Central 1956. I am still working on inviting people with email addresses to become members of the blog. It will take awhile since I have to do them three at a time by copying and pasting the email addresses from my address book to the invitation page of the blog.

At any rate, check it out.