Many thanks to summer intern Carrie Moses, who is collecting stories and reflections throughout the summer. Carrie interviewed Ali, so their voices are interwoven throughout this piece. “I am my best self at Anathoth.” -Angel Woodrum “Trust in the Lord, and do good; dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness. Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act…Be still before […] → Continue Reading Meet Anathoth apprentice Angel Woodrum!
Many thanks to summer intern Carrie Moses, who is collecting stories and reflections throughout the summer. Carrie interviewed Ali, so their voices are interwoven throughout this piece. What’s on the menu today, Ali? “Today’s menu consists of fresh bread, my mom’s famous mac and cheese with sautéed kale and spring onions straight from the garden, as well as apple cabbage honey lime coleslaw.” We are given opportunities in life to embrace God’s character when we take a leap of faith, trusting […] → Continue Reading Meet Summer Intern Ali Savage!
By Julia Sendor, for the Duke Center for Reconciliation January 2018 Newsletter Find the newsletter, including a reflection from Anathoth neighbor and co-founder Valee Tayler, here. Every week for two years, my colleague or I dropped a box of fresh vegetables, harvested from Anathoth Community Garden & Farm, at a concrete- block house stuck in a corner of a farm field in Cedar Grove, rural Orange County. In all that time, the front window has stayed broken and never […] → Continue Reading How Will We Be Transformed?