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It’s all about taking part.

Hey Peeps – The Lord is Risen, Alleluia! Wow, you were right, dad – I could hear BJ barking his response from here. That’s one powerful pair of peep-lungs! For those of you who don’t know who BJ is: he’s a member of St. C’s, he’s in the choir, he’s a Steelers fan, and he […]

A 40 hour week for clergy? Really?

I’ve been following the blog of a clergyman of another denomination. He is young and married and has been ordained for around 7 years, and has some interesting views on things with which I am interested. Recently he wrote about why clergy should work a 40 hour week. At first I thought this blog entry […]

Prophecy is about now – not the future.

Happy Pre-Easter Greetings to All Y’all, Peeps! I’ve been playing my part by doing something extra for Lent – something that adds value to other’s lives. During the cooler days we’ve been having I’ve made it my purpose to ensure that I sprawl over my dads, whenever they are sitting or lying down. They do […]

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The theme God The Giver from our Stewardship Initiative has touched each one of us as we try to come to terms with all the wonderful things we have received from God, and how best each of us can respond. But faith in God always makes demands on us – it always calls us to take that next step, not quite knowing where it will take us, apart from knowing that God promises always to be with us. It is a way to express gratitude for the blessings of God and return the blessing in tangible ways. It is a way of proclaiming your belief that God is at work in our church; it is way of reminding yourself that God gets a piece of the pie because He is the one who brought you the pie in the first place.

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