Everyone is invited to join the adult Bible study, The CALL: The Life and Message of the Apostle Paul, which began on September 6 and will continue through November 22nd in Wesley Hall. In September we studied Paul’s early life, his conversion, his call to missionary work, and his first missionary journey. In October, we will cover units on Called to Suffer and Called to Give and in November, Called to Love and Called to be Faithful. In October, we will also greet missionary, Sandy Raasch, and share in World Communion, and we will remember our baptisms and be anointed as children of God. Each week we also learn about modern missionary fields being explored by other Methodists; so far we’ve seen church in a bowling alley and diner and on motorcycles!
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As a church family, we are embarking together on a new adventure. Just as we have been traveling the Yellow Brick Road this past month with Dorothy and her companions, we have also begun to travel the road of Conflict Transformation.
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The DELETE key is one of my favorite email buttons. If you don’t know who or what it is, delete it! Keep your personal numbers, (Social Security/Medicare, bank accounts) personal. The delete function on your phone is called “hanging-up!” It’s your phone, and you do not have to listen if it sounds odd. Will doing all this make it stop? Wish it were so. We’re people, and sometimes we will get fooled. Sharing what we find and letting others know what they can do, however, can make a difference. Be a part of the solution, if you actively do something, it will stop making you feel like a victim and you’ll start feeling like part of the solution. Do something today to stop Medicare fraud.
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