On Troublesome Creek: a true story about Christian service in the mountains of Kentucky
The author's account of her experiences as a Mennonite voluntary service worker in a small, poverty-stricken Appalachian mining community in Kentucky.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
What on earth am I doing on a Greyhound bus on a Friday night?
12 other sections not shown
afternoon anyway Appalachia asked babies Bert boys Brethren Caroline Caroline Williams Dave day camp didn Donnie drive Ernest feel felt foot washing friends Greyhound guys hadn Harrisonburg high school hills holler hoop cheese Jesus Judi and Lawrence Kentucky in 1970 kids kindergarten knew laughed Linda living looked Marlin marriage married meant Melodie Mennonite Board Mennonite Brethren Mennonite Central Committee Mennonite Church ministries morning moun mountain needed never nice night nursery school parents persons Phone playing porch pretty Rachel realized Rosedale Mennonite Missions seemed sewing shucky beans sister smiled somehow Sometimes Stevensville strip mines strip-mining Suddenly Sunday supper sure swinging bridge talk teacher teaching things thought tion took Troublesome Creek trying unit members voluntary service VSers walk wanted washing week weekend whole Winky Wolf Pen wondered worry Yeah young