While reading the story of John the Baptist, I was reminded of the U2 song “I still haven’t found what I’m looking for”. Since it’s release in 1987 it has been an inspirational song for millions and even though it has been played endless times in endless situations and borders on becoming trite, nevertheless, the ... Read More
I don’t know about you but I get really jittery around awkward moments. I just want to get out ofthere! I know it is part of our human condition but I’d rather not be that close to this aspect of our humanity. But I guess this is who we are as human beings, and as ... Read More
You wouldn’t be far off if your first impressions of Jesus were that of someone who liked to stir up trouble and controversy and especially if you were one of those whose task it was to keep ‘these kind’ in their place. The way he speaks of family: who is my real family – not ... Read More
When we read the Gospel stories, we soon discover that the good news Jesus brings is invested mostly in the powerless and weak ones: ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit’; ‘Blessed are those who mourn’ ‘Blessed are the meek’. These ‘weak ones’ are the ‘blessed ones’. How do we know he is the Messiah? It ... Read More
From Sunday January 6 @ 11 am Gather ‘Round time begins again! Join us for the kick-off with balloons, puppets and fun! For pre-school through elementary kids Singing Crafts Bible stories Learning to serve
Palm Sunday began with a Pancake Breakfast, continued with a Palm Parade and concluded with a Picnic at a local hatchery where 21 LMF kids (helped by 13 parents and 1 youth) helped A Rocha release “baby salmon” into the Little Campbell River. According to Tyler, Rachel and Zach: “I think we released billions!” ... Read More
All youth are invited to take part in the annual youth Pop and Chips Booth. The event is on September 24th, 2011 and starts at 5:00. Shifts will be in 1 hour increments. Please sign up as soon as possible.