Archive for January, 2012

Starting with Peace by Nashua Chantal

Posted: 28th January 2012 by nash in Nash

What does the Peace Pole mean to me? Why I wanted to be part of the peace presence?             Trying to find the right words in my vocabulary to write or say about peace doesn’t seem appropriate for what I feel to share inside myself.                     My words inside are feelings not yet made […]

Temple by Sanders Thornburgh

Posted: 26th January 2012 by nash in Articles, Leo Pineda trilogy, Sanders

I sat in the lobby of the Stewart County Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia, waiting to see the detainee I had come to this prison to meet. I had visited many detainees at this place before, but this time it was different. A unique situation arose a week prior to this visit. At my church […]