Naomi Lederach ’54: Life lessons in love and forgiveness begin with ‘we’

By Ariel Ropp for Goshen Commons Naomi Lederach rarely says “I.” Whether she’s describing her time as a peace worker in Northern Ireland during the Troubles or her experience as a nursing professor at Hesston College in Kansas, Lederach, 79, habitually begins her sentences with “we.” The other half of Lederach’s “we” is invariably her … Keep reading »

Q&A with Adam Scharf ’01: From sod roof to bikes: Investing in a hometown, one project at a time

By Sara Klassen for Goshen Commons Adam Scharf, a 2001 graduate of Goshen College, is a former City Council candidate, owner of Red Tail Farm, partner of Venturi Pizza Pub and owner/operator of Rethinking Buildings, a remodeling and construction business focused on aesthetic, social  and environmental responsibility. Q: Where did you grow up? A: Goshen … Keep reading »