LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR - Even if he’s weird. Even if he’s different. Even if he’s a stranger.

By KIM TOWNSEND,

It had to be about 2012, to the best of my memory. I had been working as an administrative assistant for close to five months. 

I made a declaration years ago that I would never work in a church, for a church, or even near a church. 




His name was Jason

By KIM TOWNSEND,

As I started the trek with my team down the tiny rabbit trail to the bridge to visit our friend this morning, his smile was all I could see in my mind’s eye.

I was thinking of things he might need what we had in the trunk of the car.