No Longer Strangers by Rev. Wendy J. Taylor
The Practice of Radical Hospitality

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It started simply. The pastor stood outside her church and greeted the workers as they came in from the fields. She spoke to them in Spanish and they responded. Soon a bridge was forged.
This is the true story of a rural community in Northern California who awakened to the migrant farm workers in their community—and chose to embrace them. Led by one extraordinary woman who was bolstered by her deep and abiding faith, the community offered “radical hospitality” to the strangers in its midst. And in doing so, they discovered an important truth—that our common humanity binds us all.

About Rev. Wendy J. Taylor

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Rev. Wendy J. Taylor is a retired pastor in the United Church of Christ and a teacher from Longview, Washington. She graduated from Whitworth College and the Pacific School of Religion. She lives with her wife, Ellen Sweetin, in the Pacific Northwest.Margaret Kimball Cross is a writer and community activist from Waterloo, Iowa. She graduated from State University of Iowa and now resides with her husband, Peter, in Northern California.
Published October 25, 2011 by BookBaby. 251 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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