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Author: Rob Vander Giessen-Reitsma

Today, we cleaned the barn at the Hermitage and moved over to St. Gregory's Abbey, where we'll be spending our last day together. The hymn for morning prayer this morning was "Lord, whose love in humble service," which seemed a perfect way to finish our time at the Hermitage: Lord, whose love in humble service...

Today was another full day--which means I am again sitting down to type this near midnight. We don't have internet access at the Hermitage, so I'm posting these updates to the blog while we grab water from our apartment in the morning for cleaning at the school (the school building is winterized, so there's...

Three Rivers, MI March 15, 2010. The youth of Three Rivers are going to be cultivating the spirit of community, neighborhood and diversity by growing food collaboratively and sustainably. In April, coordinators of the Triple Ripple Community Garden, Julianna Sauber- and Brenda McGowan-Nurturing Communities Initiative will begin what is hoped to be the first of...

Last weekend, we walked through Huss School with an architect (a friend of a friend) to get an informal but professional opinion of the building. The good news: the building is structurally very sound. The bad news: the building needs new mechanical systems and presents a number of architectural challenges. ...

Last weekend (as many of you know), a film class from Calvin College visited Three Rivers to film a short promotional video for Imagining Space and a short, original film with Huss School as the shoot location. Overall, the experience seems to have been a great success! The students had a great time in Three...