Monthly Archives: August 2013

Re-Discovering Compassion in Jail

(The following article appeared in this week’s “Green Light” newsletter published by Green Street Church in Winston-Salem. It was written by senior pastor Rev. Kelly Carpenter, who reflected on his experience of being arrested during the Moral Monday civil disobedience … Continue reading

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What Really Matters in Education? It’s Compassion

(The following, published August 14, is based on a speech Carol Lach gave upon her retirement from the Massachusetts education department in March. ) As educators, our world was upended by the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School late last year. … Continue reading

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Noor Shehata Finds Self-Improvement in Acts of Compassion

Noor Shehata was recognized along with Israa Wajih for acts of compassion during Ramadan at the Annoor Islamic Center in Clemmons.  These visuals document her activities.  

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Israa Wajih’s Acts of Compassion During Ramadan

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Temple and Church Join Hands in Unique Food Pantry

Temple Emanuel and Highland Presbyterian Church, neighbors in the Ardmore community, are joining hands once again to help those in need. They will open the first School Food Pantry in Forsyth Country in October at Highland. The pantry will be … Continue reading

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