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8 Responses to Contact Information

  1. Marguerite Anderson says:

    I am responding to your lovely article about Lon Woodrum.
    I met Lon Woodrum at an old fashion camp meeting in Hartsel Alabama. He was extremely kind and we spent some time talking together at the long community dining tables between the meetings. I was one of two youth minister/counselors there at the camp meeting.
    I was very young, 17 years of age and Mr. Woodrow was an older man and there was a unique bond that came between us in the Lord.
    I still have the book he gave me that he had written called Trumpets in the Morning, as well as another smaller book of poetry and amazingly, before I left that time of ministry in Alabama, he had given me a folder of his unpublished poems and told me that I could publish them someday if I wanted but they were mine.
    I have thought of him from time to time since then and wondered about his legacy and wondered about what family he left behind and of course, I have thought about the poems he gave me and if I should have them published.
    I realize this is an old article about Mr. Woodrum but if anyone knows anything else about him and his family or any more history on him, please contact me.
    Marguerite Anderson

  2. John Powers says:

    Steve – It has been a great run! I have looked forward to each of your Oboedire posts and will miss them. Thanks for sharing your insight and wisdom with your friends and fans. Blessings to you and Jeannie. John and Sharon

  3. Jonathan Langer says:

    Thank you Steven. Your voice has strongly and positively encouraged my ministry as a Chaplain. I will miss your postings. They have pointed me to other writers I would not otherwise have known about. God Bless you as you go forward in your journey.

  4. Barry D Bahr says:

    Hello Steve, You have been and continue to be such a blessing in my life. I have so enjoyed your dialog this year on “Mercy” & “Non-violence”. Your Advent #3 discussion came at a perfect time. At that particular time I happened to have been listening, and just being “daddy” to my beloved daughter ( a U.C.C. minister in Southington, CT) after the presidential election and she needed comfort. Your words flowed from “on high” as I regurgitated those words, “In the end, God wins!) We cried joyously as I read your post. Thank you my brother for Spirit-Filled communication. Barry

  5. Matthew says:

    Is there a good way to find audio of the hymns in your Prayer Book?

  6. Stephen Boggan says:

    Hi Dr. Harper,

    Have you written anything on Celtic Spirituality, Contemplative Prayer, Emergent Christianity?


    Stephen Boggan

  7. Lindsey Davis says:

    Steve, I continue to be lifted up, challenged and convicted by your writings and sharing. Thanks. Come see us in Kentucky. Your friend in Christ, Lindsey

  8. Hillary Crute Johnson says:

    Help. Your email address is no longer working. Trying to find out the Richard Rohr text you quoted today on Gleanings. Not in archives or common texts. Thanks for all you do for the kingdom!

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