Clarence Jordan was unusual. After earning a PhD in Greek from Southern Seminary in Louisville, he, his wife, and another couple left the academic world and at the height of Southern racial apartheid founded Koinonia Farm in southwest Georgia. The farm’s mission was to model a holistic community – a community dedicated to interracial fellowship, […]Read more "“Lazarus got what was left.”"
Be sure to check out Parts 1 and 2 of this series as well. I love traveling and I have been fortunate enough to do some of it. I’m also a complete geography/history nerd who lives reading about random happenings in other countries. Hence, I occasionally post about a place in the world where I […]Read more "Travel For The Soul: Where I Want To Go And What I Might Learn (Part 3)"