The stained windows at Sell Chapel underwent a full restoration, thanks to the same company which crafted the windows 93 years ago. The congregation can continue to worship and reflect in the beautiful light of the sanctuary for years to come.
Frank Stoltzfus, agricultural production supervisor, took a break from managing Masonic Village's herd of 500 to 600-head of beef cattle for a two-month missionary trip to Zambia, Africa. His dedication to animals and helping others is a lifelong mission.
One of the most popular clichés is, “It is better to give than to receive.” Donating and serving is an important part of the Mission of Love at Masonic Villages.
Many of you know we have a 3 year old son who asks all sorts of questions about life. One of his favorite questions to me is “mama, are you happy”?
This weekend we celebrate The United States of America being 240 years old. That's a long time for a nation to remain free. But in the context of world history, America is just a CHILD.
Beginning June 15th, 2016, the Pastoral Care Department at the Masonic Village at Elizabethtown will become the Spiritual Care Department due to the campus' growing population and changing roles.
In 1927, an S-4 Navy submarine was accidentally rammed by a Coast Guard Cutter, sending it immediately to the bottom of the bay. The entire crew was trapped.
I don’t know about you but every day I am amazed at the creativity of human beings - even at the time of death.
When Billy Walsh was a youngster, his family lived near Mrs. Smithson. A widow eighty years of age, Mrs. Smithson was in constant pain and crippled by rheumatoid arthritis that ravaged her body.
Let me begin by sharing with you the gospel according to Peanuts: Snoopy longs to be a writer. Snoopy begins every story he writes with those familiar words, "It was a dark and stormy night."