The fruits of her labor

I appreciated your article on Tilahun Mendedo, our new president here at Concordia College in Selma. I have only one complaint, and that is when your author remarked that Dr. Rosa Young (the founder of Concordia) was not a Lutheran. While she may not have been one when she first contacted the Synodical Conference, she most certainly became a staunch Lutheran who worked tirelessly to help spread Lutheranism throughout Alabama. The fruits of her labors are still visible today.


Karl E. Baughman
Assistant Professor of History
Concordia College Selma, Ala.


 


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