The Cotton Patch Evidence: The Story of Clarence Jordan and the Koinonia Farm Experiment (1942-1970)

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Reprinted in 2011, The Cotton Patch Evidence is Dallas Lee's artful telling of Koinonia Farm's first 28 years history brings to light the suspense and drama of the early struggles against materialism, militarism and racism. Includes a foreword by Clarence and Florence Jordan's youngest son Lenny, who spent his childhood at Koinonia. A new afterword by Koinonia Director Bren Dubay brings added insight on life at Koinonia today. Paperback. 250 pages.

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3 Reviews

Dianne Poole Feb 1st 2024

Insight and Inspiration

Koinonia is a vibrant experiment in living. and Dallas Lee tells its story well. The faith of Koinonia's founders created a vibrant testament to God's beloved community. lIt was s gift to learn more about the commitment, humility and just-plain-grit that they, theIr families and neighbors shared. Their legacy lives on in our broken, but still beautiful, world.

B G Carter Jun 27th 2022

The Story of Koinonia

To me it's the authoritative but highly readable version of the Farm's birth and formative years. Lets you understand how all those prayers and efforts, successes and failures, too contributed to fashion a doughty band of witnesses to the truth of Christ's revelation and its taking root in our lives. B G Carter

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