Service and Charity Pillar – October 2017 Update Our parish fall activities are in full swing and everyone is getting ready for the upcoming Holiday season. At our recent Service and Charity Pillar meeting we spent some time reviewing how we, as a pillar team, can help and support these efforts. Most notably, our upcoming […]
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Last week we focused on the “The Commissioned Disciple” and this week we conclude our four part series with… “The Disciple Maker” As Christian disciples we are all called to learn the teachings of Jesus Christ. Once we learn the teachings of Jesus we are then called to live our lives accordingly. As disciples of […]
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Last week we focused on the “The Growing Disciple” and we continue our four part series this week with… “The Commissioned Disciple” “Christianity without discipleship is trying to live the Christian life without Christ at the center. Discipleship is not just a church program or some church event; it is the root of our life […]
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After a restful summer recess, the Service and Charity Pillar has recommenced our efforts to promote and support our Parish’s various ministry efforts that enhance St. Elizabeth’s christian presence in our community. Recently, many pillar members worked alongside other Ignite Pillars and parishioners to make the Parish Picnic a great success. With over 100 parishioners […]
Last week we focused on the “Beginning Disciple” and we continue our four part series this week with… “The Growing Disciple” “Do not conform yourself to this age but be transformed by the renewal of your mind that you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and pleasing and perfect.” Romans […]
In the September blog, I looked to Joyce Rupp and used her idea of The Instruments of God. She described how to trust the Holy Spirit to “ breath through us” so that He can create a beautiful melody with our life. If I may, I again looked to Joyce Rupp for her October thoughts. […]