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Paul's Mission (Fourth Sunday of Easter) - April 26, 2015 (NL Week 34)

Sunday’s Readings:
Complementary Text: Matthew 10:40-42
Preaching Text: Acts 13:1-3; 14:8-18

+ Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, in the unity of the Holy Spirit. 1,408 more words


How to Pray for Your Work

Do you pray? Do you pray about and for your work?

For some, your work may be in a church, school, or organization where prayer is encouraged. 584 more words


Intersecting Service and Skills - Reflecting on Our Need to Be Useful

In Dan Portnoy’s The Non-Profit Narrative, the author gives his readers a step-by-step guide to overhauling a non-profit presence in the digital age. Complete with pop-culture analogies and task lists, Portnoy’s book has an everyman quality about it that energizes the audience and has the ability to convince self-conscious readers like this one that: 338 more words

Dan Portnoy

In Deed and in Truth

By Paul Koch

I don’t know if I say it very often; I love being a pastor. I really do. And one of the great things about being a pastor is that I get to see so much of our life together in the church that many aren’t able to witness. 1,180 more words


A Brief Note of Concern

Okay. I’ve seen a couple young ladies on my newsfeed link to a blog post entitled “The Day I Decided to Stop Listening to What Everybody’s Saying I’m Supposed to do & Why I’m Not Ready to Get Married in 44 Days.” The first time I read it, most of the comments were still sensible, but apparently many more people have discovered it since then and the sense has mostly been buried. 658 more words

Vocations.. and what it means to us as Christians.

Vocations.. and what it means to us as Christians.

This Sunday is commonly refered to as either Good SHepherd Sunday, ( because the readings of this week all center around the theme of Jesus as the Good Shepherd), or it is also called Vocations Sunday. 760 more words