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The Bulletin, Fall 2012, Vol. 48, No. 3

In this issue: A Call and an Answer Working Together LTS Family Rises to the Challenge A Living Legacy Newsbriefs Alumni/ae Notes Appreciation Gifts You may now flip through the pages of the Bulletin online... Read More

A Way with Words: Alumni Find Voices as Authors

“Inspiration comes from many sources, but in general I think of it as a kind of intent awareness of the world, listening for the possibilities of stories in the events and circumstances of every day life,” author Kim Edwards says. Edwards, whose first novel, The Memory Keeper’s Daughter, spent 20 weeks at number one on the New York Times Best Seller list, notes that her world view was influenced by her years as a student at LTS from 2004 to 2006. “Dr. (William O.) Paulsell (former... Read More

The Bulletin, Spring 2012, Vol. 48, No. 1

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Alumni/ae notes

1949 Edsel F. Pugh  was recognized by the Norwood (OH) Christian Church on the occasion of his 65th ordination anniversary on August 15. 1955 Carl R. Flock  celebrated his 60th ordination anniversary on August 15 at First Christian Church, Birmingham, AL.  Recognition was given during the worship service and a luncheon afterwards. 1958 J. Donald Graham of Berea, Ky., was married to Frances Crawford on May 14. 1972 Edd Spencer completed the final section of hiking the Appalachian... Read More

Trailblazing is a ‘piece of cake’

“I tell God, ‘You pick ‘em up, and I’ll put ‘em down,’” the Rev. Edd Spencer is heard saying (referencing his feet) to a fellow Appalachian Trail hiker in a YouTube video filed under the heading “Piece of Cake.” Spencer started hiking the Appalachian Trail in 1996, beginning in Georgia, and finished in August in Dalton, Mass. in August. Along the way, Spencer has enjoyed looking out in some areas along the trail and seeing only “what God has made, not what we have... Read More