Rehoboth, A Place for Us: An Album of Family Stories

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Rehoboth, A Place for Us: An Album of Family Stories

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Every family has a story to tell, a unique tale of how they found their way in the world. In this book, twelve families--ten Native American, two Anglo--tell how they found a very special place at Rehoboth Christian School. Rehoboth's roots run deep in the Native community, but those roots also draw from the people of the Christian Reformed Church. These stories, as told to writer James C. Schaap, show how the lives of very different people intertwined in the red soil and sheep-grazed hills of New Mexico.

ISBN

9781592555451

Publication Date

2010

Department

English

Publisher

Faith Alive Christian Resources

City

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Keywords

Rehobath Christian School, Rehobath (New Mexico), Indian students, Christian education

Disciplines

Christianity

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Table of Contents:
Very much at home : Louise and Bennie Musket --
Pray without ceasing : Elizabeth Bitsie Jones --
The beauty way : Ed and Dorothy Carlisle --
Those who couldn't stay away : Jacob and Isabel Kamps and sons --
The spiral staircase : Ted and Evelyn Charles --
Life with the good shepherd : Tommie and Nancy Tso --
Tribal leader, tribal elder : Ed T. Begay --
The Holtsoi heart : Flora Johnson, Mary Holtsoi, and Flo Barton --
Citizens of the kingdom : John T. and Emily J. Lee --
Open door for one hundred years : the Bosschers --
Women of conviction : Clara Lauber and Karen Lauber Schell --
In the family of God : Herbert F. White --
Epilogue : on the road with the Rehoboth Choir.

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