Bridging The Gap

There is much talk nowadays about a “generation gap” between the young people of today and their parents, or the “establishment”, as the older generation is more frequently called. Many psychologists and social workers blame the problems of today’s youth on the difficulty or lack of communication between parent and child. Problems with drugs, robberies […]

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Convention in Restrospect

The 1966 convention—a memory now, but for the Young People’s Society of Southeast Church, as hosts, it meant months of planning, frustrations, and triumphs.  The final preparations were made, and last minute ideas were approved of or scrapped; all that remained was to welcome the guests as they arrived. Thursday night was registration night for […]

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