OWU alumna Martha Park ’11 writes about leading a recent Memphis mission trip in The Commercial Appeal.
In the article, Park states: “In their preparation for the trip, the OWU students learned that the 2010 Census had declared Memphis the poorest big city in the country. They wondered what that title meant, what such a city would feel and look like. That afternoon, as they watched a performance at New Ballet Ensemble and talked to the dancers, they began to realize that a city could be economically poor but culturally rich. During the week, they also learned that a city could be spiritually rich.”
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