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Erin Faehling

Erin Faehling is a native of Wausau, WI. Received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with an Emphasis in Writing from Luther College, Decorah, IA, where she also minored in Music and studied violin. Last year she served as an AmeriCorps volunteer in Wausau, tutoring and mentoring youth at an alternative high school, working at the local Boys and Girls Club with kids in the art room, and teaching her first round of violin students. Currently, Erin serves as a new Lutheran Volunteer Corps member in Wilmington, DE, as a grant writer for a homeless ministry, lives in an intentional community practicing spirituality, sustainability, and social justice with her six MLK housemates, and is enjoying gardening, catching all her grey water in a bucket, and learning to bake really good bread.

Devotion: Invitation to the Thirsty
  a devotion on Isaiah 55:1-2
Devotion: It Takes A Village
  a devotion on 1 John 4:10-11
Devotion: Love In The Time Of Groaning
  a devotion on Romans 8:19-21
Servant Story: Lessons in Simplicity 1/5/2009
  Notes gathered in retreat
Servant Story: Room for All 1/14/2009
  As colder weather moves in, Erin considers the homeless and offers ways to help.
Servant Story: Everyday Possibilities 2/3/2009
  Erin contemplates new beginnings and fresh-starts.
Servant Story: Fumbling for Neighborliness 10/7/2008
  Erin Faehling is spending a year working with the homeless in Wilmington, Delaware. She'll be sharing stories of her work in this new column.
Servant Story: Peace Among Wild Things 11/5/2008
  Finding peace and comfort working with the homeless in Wilmington, Delaware

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