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A Black Friday Epiphany

For several years now I have been a grumpy cynic about Black Friday shopping.  I frowned on the way we follow a day set aside for giving thanks for all God has given us with a day dedicated to getting more stuff.  400 more words


A Heart Of Joy! Bible Ballistics: BBs #225

Bible Ballistics: BBs #225 A Heart Of Joy!

Thank you for sharing the “Thanks-Living” series with me. It was a delight to share all the abundant blessings, which we can thank God for. 497 more words

Bible Ballistics

#GettingToKnowYou – BLC Council 2015-2017: Chan Ee Lyn, Community & Stewardship

Earlier this year, May Jean stepped down as Secretary and Community Catalyst in view of her job posting overseas. Since then, we have been praying and searching for a new Secretary and Community Catalyst. 415 more words


Please. No Widdling on the Crown Jewels

The latest John Lewis advert is good old-fashioned advertising. ‘Old-fashioned’ in the sense that it’s a 60” advert with a 30” cut down; it’s got a heavyweight media plan, which in turn is heavy on ‘terrestrial’ TV channels and most importantly, like great adverts of old, has got people chattering. 490 more words


Mid-Week Stewardship Thought

Being a Servant

Do you wake up in the morning thinking “Whom can I serve today? Who needs some special time and attention? The answer for most of is “no.” By ourselves, we aren’t capable of changing our focus from ourselves to others. 224 more words


2015 Gift Guide for Kids (on a budget!)

 Not entirely sure what to get your kids (or grandkids) this Christmas? Try these tried and true gifts kids love! Think outside the box and forget the typical made-in-China toys that’ll be broken next month and pick up a few of these gifts that will have a lasting impact on your child. 804 more words


Good News from the Stewardship Team by Kay Williams

The LUUAuction! was a grand success. One of the major yearly fundraisers for Foothills, the auction makes the generosity of our community visible. It is the one church arena where generosity is public and kind of contagious, and that is a good thing! 334 more words