Scarritt Bennett Center Blog

A Special Guest Post: Chanhee Heo

By Chanhee Heo “Hello, my name is Chanhee Heo.” In the first meeting, many people ask me again after I introduce myself. “Where are you from?” “Do you have an English name?” “Did you come directly from your country?” The unfamiliar sounds of my Korean name...

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Christopher Columbus, Jesus & Solentiname

By Marie Campbell “The emperor no longer exists. But there’s imperialism. Imperialism, then as now, has always been united with the money god. To give what belongs to God is to bring about revolution.”  Every Tuesday at Scarritt Bennett, we join together in Wightman Chapel for a...

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Poetry on Life’s Journey

By Joyce D. Sohl Remember the nursery rhymes we learned – they taught us our ABC’s, told us stories of blind mice or Mary’s lamb, encouraged us to look at the twinkling stars, reminded us of the dangers of sitting on walls, or perhaps even put...

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