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Welcome to the new Spring-Summer 2011 issue of DreamSeeker Magazine.
DSM is sponsored by Cascadia Publishing House LLC to link readers
interested in attending to "voices from the soul" with
Anabaptist-related writers committed to exploring from the heart--with
passion, depth, and flair--their own visions and the issues of the day.

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DSM CONTENTS, CURRENT ISSUE
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/curre nt.htm

EDITORIAL: TRANSITIONING ON
"I think this DSM issue continues to demonstrate why I see publishing
it as a worthwhile labor of love."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/edito rial.htm

POETRY BY JONATHAN BEACHY
"Holding the box of wine / (intending to pour it into the chalice) / I
am momentarily distracted. . . ."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/beacj o.htm

POETRY BY CHRIS LONGENECKER
"I think I finally know how trees must feel. . . ."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/longc h.htm

THE COMMANDMENT THAT SHOULD BE MARKED PG-13
Katie Funk Wiebe
"What happened at the end when the frail old man, smiling weakly when
visitors saw him, and the person Mother lived with were two different
persons?" http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/wiebk a.htm

MOM'S BIRTHDAY
Joyce Peachey Lind
"We listen to her labored breathing; I look at her lying on the white
hospital table with a cap on to warm her. Her eyes are closed."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/lindj o.htm

Kingsview
POP'S ENCORE
Michael A. King
"Earlier last year I thought Aaron M. King had pretty much given the
fathering he had to give. Yet his encore transformed much of what had gone
before." http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/kings view.htm

Five Hours East
AT NIGHT (PRESENTLY IN NIGERIA)
Brenda Hartman-Souder
"Watching them at night, I can barely breathe. It's here as I briefly
stand guard that my love for them most swiftly and powerfully rises
and swirls through me. . . ."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/hartb r.htm

Beneath the Skyline
MORETHAN ONE KIND OF EXPERT
Deborah Good
"In Philadelphia, where I live, the mayor often raises alarm over the
fact that only about 60 percent of public high school students
graduate within six years of entering as freshmen. . . ."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/goodd e.htm

Reel Reflections
"THE KING'S SPEECH": A MONARCH FINDS HIS VOICE Dave Greiser
"In ordinary hands, this film might have become another wordy, slowly
paced BBC costume drama. In Hopper's hands it is a tightly paced story
that builds toward surprisingly deep feeling."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/greid a.htm

AN ATHEIST REFLECTS ON ANABAPTISM
Alan Soffin
"Religion asks for the meaning of life . . . . this is what Anabaptism
. . realized was not a subject for early, uninformed, immature commitment."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/soffa l.htm

TONGUE SCREWS AND TESTIMONIES
Cynthia Page
"After the reading of the tortures ended, the evening improved."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/pagec y.htm

THOUGHTS ON THE DEATH OF OSAMA BIN LADEN
Daniel Liechty
"If we revel in . . .the death of our enemies, this plants a seed. . .
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/liecd a.htm

Books, Faith, World & More
FROM JONATHAN EDWARDS TO KARL ROVE: A REVIEW OF HEAD AND HEART
Daniel Hertzler
"Wills' thesis is that both Enlightenment (head religion) and
Evangelicalism (heart religion) influenced our history."
http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/hertd a.htm

The Turquoise Pen
TODAY AT LUNCH
Nöel R. King
"When I get back to work this afternoon, I will go online to see how
history's changed from what they taught me as a child. Is JFK still dead
since Dallas?" http://www.CascadiaPublishingHouse.com/dsm/spring.summer11/kingn o.htm

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