I ran across this little story about Wyneken, the founder of CTS and the second president of synod, not too long ago and it made my heart happy: When the settlers, who had already gotten to know him, saw him approaching from afar, they greeted him joyfully, congre­gated about him, and listened desirously to his comprehensible, heartfelt, lively sermon. Time permitting, several hours were also … Continue reading hmm

death food

My mom likes clippings. She likes to gather little newspaper articles and magazine factoids and all sorts of little literary goodness, divide them into piles, and then send them out to her daughters. I get a lot of cartoons. They’re on my level. One article, however, was on last meals. The author was from the south, and he described with alarming alacrity what he would … Continue reading death food