is one part theological reflection, one part memoir, one part critique
of American transportation plus various other observations on this and
who have read Hertzler’s provocative editorials and articles over the
years have come to expect reasoned arguments, sharp wit, candor,
biblical studies, and prophetic edge. This memoir does not disappoint."
Author, A School on the Prairie: A Centennial History of
Hesston College, 1909-2009
decades Dan Hertzler was the dean of Mennonite journalism. Now, with
vision undimmed and prose still deft and spare, he looks back on the
coordinates of a life well-lived—faith . . . hearth . . . gardening . .
. even the value of an inherited shovel." —Wally Kroeker, Editor, The
"Dan has once again
offered us words that are modest, truthful, engaging, and wise." —David B. Miller,Associate
Professor of Missional Leadership Development, Anabaptist Mennonite
Biblical Seminary, in the Foreword
readers drawn to candid, unvarnished meditations on the journey of life
and faith from a veteran editor and writer whose insights continue to
inspire thought and sometimes provoke laughter.
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