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SEED: We Remember, We Celebrate, We Believe

April 17, 2014. Maundy Thursday. A good day to stop by for the first time at Seed Restaurant in Kaimuki on the way to service at the Mystical Rose Oratory, … 397 more words

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Do We Do Enough?

Shouldn’t we do more to reach out to those in need in our community and the world?

This question surfaced a few times during our Capital Campaign Feasibility Study. 528 more words

Be Healthy Tulare - Sarah Ramirez

It is estimated that here in this country, we throw away about 40% of our food. Wilting lettuce in our refrigerators, fruits on a tree that we just let fall to the ground to rot, we just toss it out or let it lay there without a second thought. 255 more words

Helping Others

April 2 - Since I Have Been Redeemed

Matthew 25: 31-46; Numbers 32-34; Job 2

Jesus compares the Kingdom of Heaven to a judgment of sheep and goats. The sheep go to one side and the goats go to the other side. 281 more words

Devotional Thoughts

About Giving

Leave the light on for me.

Open up the door.

I may not have much.

But what I have is yours

Today I was presented with a couple of different scenarios. 404 more words

Oklahoma

The Danger in "What Would Jesus Do?"

Remember the “What Would Jesus Do?” craze from a few years ago with all the t-shirts, pens, wristbands, and bumper stickers? Kind of like any other trendy religious sentiment, it was pretty much just that — a nice idea wrapped in marketable goods that made someone a lot of money somewhere. 649 more words

Quarter-Life Crisis

Stop Hunger Now

This past weekend our church, St. Augustine Episcopal Church, had a community outreach project they sponsored.  The event was called Stop Hunger Now.  You package meals that will be sent to people all over the world that are in need of food.   610 more words

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