Harding served as co-pastor at Woodlawn Mennonite Church in Chicago from 1958 to 1961 before moving south to work . . .
Bako saw Muslims and Christians working shoulder to shoulder, helping to rescue people from the debris.
Observers call the project an example of Mennonite-Catholic collaboration in the spirit of other exchanges over the past decade or so.
Almost a year and a half after their link to the road was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, Garcie and Josephine Cogar are happily walking their new 120-foot swinging bridge built by Mennonite Disaster Service volunteers.
The Cogars’ plight was brought to the attention of Larry Stoner, MDS disaster response coordinator, by the Red Cross of West Virginia.
Twenty years ago, in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide, nearly 2 million people fled into Congo. Most were Rwandan civilians, but some were the soldiers and militiamen . . .
It is the 31st plate known to exist of the original 104 etched by Dutch artist Jan Luyken.