At a Mass in Fairhope, Alabama, a deacon commented on the state of the world by saying: “Madmen are creating (nuclear) weapons to kill us.” Apparently this deacon hasn’t been to Great Falls, Montana, where our own 2,000 nuclear missile … Continue reading


In Panama City, I interviewed Chong Morgan who came here in 1987 from South Korea. She said she grew up during the Korean War and the common salutation among people in her neighborhood wasn’t” “Hi, how are you?” It was: … Continue reading


In Panama City, Florida, I interviewed A. Avdette de la Pointe (who currently has the record for the person with the longest name we’ve interviewed in all our traveling.) Mr. de la Pointe describes himself as a common man “economy … Continue reading


We are in motion again… Our first stop was Plains, Georgia, home of former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. At a stop in downtown Plains, I leafed through one of Mr. Carter’s most recent books: Our Moral Crisis. We then drove … Continue reading


Earlier in the week, I interviewed Lyn Pace who is the Director of Service Learning at Wofford College in Spartanburg, North Carolina. He and his students were at Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia, to learn about intentional Christian communtiy as … Continue reading


I interviewed Millard Fuller who is the founder of Habitat for Humanity. He is now heading up The Fuller Center for Housing in Americus, Georgia. The Center focuses on building houses for people in need. “Unashamedly Christian and enthusicasitally ecumenical, … Continue reading