Since March 14, 2020, when covid hit and the quarantine started, we have received more than 300 new requests for legal and financial help — requests that we recognize as social symptoms of the virus just as surely as a pulmonologist recognizes shortness of breath as its physical symptom.
We are officially approaching the half-way point in our reading plan. I would love to hear from you about why you still continue to read the Bible. What motivates you at this point? What would you say to someone who is considering reading the entire Bible? Join us on July 6 at 1:00 pm for our next Bible Challenge meet up!
In Sunday’s Gathering we will proclaim the Good News of Jesus and the power of Christ – working in and through us – to overcome the sins of racism and injustice. Please take the time to read these two powerful testimonies. May God’s Kingdom come, may God’s will be done, on Earth as it is in heaven.
Over the years since the 1970s, I have discovered many spiritual practices and words that point to what I began discovering in my most vulnerable of times as a patient at St Jude. This Sunday, June 7, is National Cancer Survivor’s Day. If you or someone you love is a cancer survivor, we invite you to join us to share personal stories and explore some of the challenges and gifts of having to deal with cancer.
We are approaching the half-way point in our Bible reading plan and I am excited that you are sharing this journey with me! Friends, I pray that you continue your daily (or almost daily) readings and complete this challenge with me. The next meet up is this Saturday, June 6!