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Indianapolis Couple Describes 15-month Stay at ARI

posted May 3, 2012, 11:10 AM by Craig D. Rice

Indianapolis Couple Describes 15-month Stay at ARI

Episcopal Life recently published an article about Meghan and Andy McConnell from Indianapolis who spent 15 months living and working at ARI. They "waded through rice paddies, cared for various barnyard animals, learned how to make charcoal and lived in community with people from at least 15 different countries."

Meghan comments, "A lot of what we did at ARI felt mundane -- cooking rice, getting up early to do exercises and farm work, sitting at meals together, but it challenged me to put spiritual meaning into those routines and to find a greater goodness in life."

You can read the 
Full Article or read more about their experience on Andy and Meghan's web site.

Reference: "Changing perspectives: Indianapolis couple learns about faith, chickens and computer ministry in Japan" by Kathryn Tietz Treece, March 25, 2008

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posted by Craig D. Rice @ Thursday, April 17, 2008 - 12:14 PM
 
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