Class of 1968

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Class of 1968- Wes Redigerwesley rediger

Once a school teacher in Indiana, youth worker in New York, college administrator in Virginia, and a university vice president in Indiana, Rev. Dr. Wesley Rediger now pastors the rural Pleasant Grove Church in Blackford County, leads a non-profit fund development firm, and speaks on pertinent issues of the day. After a career in Christian higher education and non-profit fund development, his passions are for spiritual growth in the community around the church he serves, and in advancing America’s founding principles of equality and liberty.


Reflection/Discussion Questions:

  1. In Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address he said, “With malice toward none.  With charity for all. With firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on…”  How do we address the many various “God-given ‘rights’ represented by students and teachers at Taylor?
  2. In order to reconcile divisiveness and move toward unity, how do Christians resolve fearful and negative stereotypes that linger from childhood, family, church and school?


Songs from Chapel:

[Gospel Choir]

All You Need Is Love


We Shall Overcome/Amazing Grace Medley