The Light on the Bluff 

Their compound is razed, but memories of the Jesus people linger

 The young man stands at the edge of Table Bluff, gazing west into one of the greatest of romances: Rumpled ocean kissing moody sky, wind-embraced, fog-enswirled, sun-glinted. His head, too, is aswirl, with passionate thought. Beside him is a giant cross. Behind,…

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