So let’s not get tired of doing what is good. At just the right time we will reap a harvest of blessing if we don’t give up. Therefore, whenever we have the opportunity, we should do good to everyone—especially to those in the family of faith. Galatians 6:9-10 NLT Edwin Friedman in his book A FailureContinue reading “Not Growing Tired of Doing Good”
A new kind of King. A different kind of kingdom. This weekend launches a new sermon series that will take us through July. We move from the season of Easter to the season of Ordinary time by asking ourselves “now what?” What is our responsibility and authority as an Easter people in the Holy SpiritContinue reading “Pastoral Letter from June 5, 2020”
Here is a Saturday update being shared via email and on FaceBook and I thought I’d put it here too. Would love to hear from you if there is anything I can do to help you personally or your family or friends!
Pastoral Letter to the Downtown Community This is a letter I sent to our Downtown Community this week after completion of the United Methodist Church’s General Conference. I am hesitant to post it in this forum as it is a very personal reflection to the people I serve alongside. But if it can be helpfulContinue reading “Why does it feel so different if nothing changed?”
The older I get the more I crave a routine. Oh, I still like change. No worries there! But I find myself drawn to and captured by the idea of routine, particularly in the morning. There is a website I’ve found that documents the morning routines of people (https://mymorningroutine.com). It’s great to get ideas aboutContinue reading “My Morning Routine”