Hellooooooo! I hope each of you had an amazing spring break! It is good to be back in town. I can’t wait to swap stories of our crazy adventures! Can anyone say
Anyway, this week we are back to our regular schedule. Worship tonight at 6:30pm. And Thursday we will have a free meal and program. Justine Pile will also be there to discuss specifics of Relay for Life. There is much to do as we prepare! Also, we are participating in a campus wide food drive. Our brothers and sisters from CSF are implementing it as a way to rebuild food pantries after the terrible ice storms this winter. So bring non-perishable items to worship or free meal night. We will do this each week until the end of the semester. This is an easy way to share God’s love with someone else!
Also we will have small groups this week too!
Now For Sami’s Ramblings About Jesus:
It is good to be back home in
This morning in my quiet time I discovered the following quote from a journal article:
Perhaps Jesus’ knowledge of road lessons compelled him to send the twelve disciples on a journey through villages (Luke 9:1-6, NRSV). He “gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases, and he sent them out to proclaim the
Luther Smith must really dig mission trips with college students! Or else he has an insight into the nature to stepping out in faith to serve God in places far removed from “home.” What he describes is just what we experienced. The whole way we found ourselves drifting between two extremes of a paradox. On the one had we had left the comfort of home to serve, to share Jesus with those whose paths we intersected. On the other hand we were served by the hands and feet of Christ who provided the comforts of home in order to enable our service for Him. As much as we were a face of compassion for others as we went out, each day we were bathed in the compassion of hospitality that attended generously to our needs.
We never know which we will be called upon to give, yet both kinds of service are interwoven into the fabric of the
When I hear Jesus say in the gospels, “Behold, the
Driving to work this morning I saw the following bumper sticker: “Welcome to
This is me trusting,
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