Editorial

Andy Nash

Andy Nash is an author and professor who leads family-friendly tours to Israel.

Ron Davis and Encouragement

During the magical summers of my childhood, I loved listening to Minnesota Twins baseball games on the radio. When the Twins played a day game, I’d sync my mowing schedule just right. When they played at night, I’d lie up in our loft with my transistor radio pressed tightly to my ear, the soothing baritones of Joe Angel and Herb Carneal describing every curveball in the dirt, every base runner breaking for second—a story better heard than seen. (In her childhood memoir, Space, Jesse Lee Kercheval tells about watching the moon landing on TV. The …

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