Don Mosley to speak at the Congregational Church, Nov. 20

Published 12:56 am Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Don Mosley is a speaker, writer and organizer who works continually to promote peace, justice and understanding among people around the world. He and his wife, Carolyn, live at Jubilee Partners, a Christian service community in northeast Georgia of which they were founders in 1979.
Don was a Peace Corps volunteer in Malaysia and a Peace Corps regional director in South Korea. The Mosleys spent the 1970s at Koinonia Farm in Southwest      Georgia, where Don was the director for several years. During that time he helped launch Habitat for Humanity.
Don, Carolyn and the rest of the Jubilee’s staff have hosted thousands of refugees from dozens of countries around the world. The story of how their faith leads them into such actions is told in Don’s books With Our Own Eyes (1996) and Faith Beyond Borders, Doing Justice in a Dangerous World (2010).
This program begins Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the Congregational Church, 210 Melrose Ave. Tryon. The program is offered free of charge and is open to everyone. Come a little early, 5:30 p.m., for a homemade veggie soup dinner. Homemade vegetable soup, cornbread and desserts will be offered for a donation to the Hands of Change Youth Service group at the Congregational Church.
For more information about the Mosleys and their work visit or read more about his most recent book at
For more information about Fun and Learning nights, contact the church office 828-859-9414.
-article submitted by Lance Smith

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