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David James Duncan
Text of the Keynote Address given by noted author and activist David James Duncan at the 2003 annual Krista Foundation Conference, Clearwater Lodge, Davis Lake, Washington. Duncan is a father, a fly fisher, a practitioner of what he calls "direct, small-scale compassion/activism," and the author of the novels The River Why and The Brothers K, the story collection River Teeth, and the nonfiction collection My Story as Told by Water.
05.01.03 | Link To Source
Tags: Articles, David James Duncan, Environmental Projects, Integrating Service As A Way Of Life, Global Citizenship, Environment
A TERRIBLE BEAUTY:
A Story of Love and Loss in Bolivia (Abridged Version)
Linda Lawrence Hunt
This article chronicles the story of Krista’s death and her family's visit to Bolivia not long thereafter. It was written by author, professor, Krista's mother, and co-founder of the Krista Foundation.
01.01.01 | Link To Source
Tags: Articles, Linda Lawrence Hunt, Global Citizenship, Faith/Theological Exploration, Integrating Service As A Way Of Life
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