I asked him, “What is the one thing that shocked you the most about American culture?” He said, “The way that you treat your elderly.”
Even though we may not see a lot of neighbors in our sparsely populated part of the world, this doesn’t stop us from living in response to the question: how can we love our neighbors, including those in distant parts of the earth and future generations yet to be born?
Taftsville Chapel Mennonite Fellowship is a small, stable congregation in mid-central Vermont. We meet in an old school house in the rural village of Taftsville, which is situated in the Ottauquechee River valley between the tourist towns of Woodstock and Quechee, along the US Route 4 corridor.
By Sheldon C. Good, firstname.lastname@example.org Mennonite Weekly Review Flood waters due to Tropical Storm Irene were subsiding by Sept. 6, but extensive devastation remained as cleanup and repairs began for […]