The Story of Clarence Jordon and Koinonia Farm will be presented at First Baptist Church 1289 Lexington in Cape Girardeau this Sunday, June 26th at 10:45 am.
Koinonia is a Christian farm community located in Americus, Georgia,founded in 1942 by Clarence & Florence Jordan and Martin & Mabel England. Home of the Cotton Patch Gospel, birthplace of Habitat for Humanity, Jubilee Partners, Prison Jail Project, Fuller Center for Housing and other ministries. Still growing pecans and peanuts, welcoming visitors, and living the "demonstration plot for the Kingdom of God."
Clarence Jordon will be portrayed by Dr. Robert Hamblin, Professor of English and Director of Faulkner Studies at Southeast Missouri State University.