Monthly Archives: December 2016

For What I Have

By Celal Kamran Many of my encounters in the Oregon Hill community are with people that are homeless. I do not seek these interactions out; they are a part of the life of a GoTH resident. This is especially accurate … Continue reading

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Feed my sheep

By Celal Kamran Feed my sheep, Jesus said to Peter. Tend my sheep was Jesus’ command to church leaders. Three times Jesus commanded Peter so it must be of grave importance. I witnessed the three Bishops of the diocese of … Continue reading

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Life is in the Small Things

By Timothy Nixon. As we settle into the routines and rhythms of life here at Grace on the Hill, it becomes apparent that the real joys of living in an intentional community (or any community) come from the little moments … Continue reading

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Intentional Speech- The Journey toward a Mantra

By Katherine Gaines For at least the last four years, I have been intentional in the words I choose when describing something or someone. The obvious cause for this intentionality was my introduction to the world of social work. I … Continue reading

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