January 9-10, 2021

How are your New Year’s resolutions going? It is said that in order for a resolution to become a habit, it takes 3 weeks. Well, we’re in week 2 of the new year. You’re close to making them a habit, a routine, a reality. Is a “stewardship way of life” one of your resolutions this year? It’s not too late to make Giving, Praying and Serving a habit each week. Make a commitment today to give, pray and serve as your part in the upcoming Archbishop’s Call to Share appeal.

January 16-17, 2021

Have you ever turned around to someone at home and said, “What?” Only to have them say, “I didn’t say anything.” Most of the time we just shrug that off, right?  Can you imagine Samuel sleeping in his room? Three times he heard someone calling him. Finally, it dawned on him. God was calling him!  AS we near the beginning of the Archbishop’s Call to Share appeal, take some time to be still, to be quiet and listen to the Lord. Listen to what He is saying and how you will support the Archbishop’s Call to Share appeal this year.

January 23-24, 2021

The idea behind fishing is to know the fish you are looking for and attract it so you can make the catch. To catch a fish we must know what equipment to use, where to find it and depth of the water we are fishing in, as well as the kind of bait the fish will go after. Once we understand everything we need for real fishing, then how do we relate that to being fishers of men? One sure way is to support the upcoming Archbishop’s Call to Share appeal. Your financial gift will help provide the equipment needed for those “fishing for men”, but also those serving the fishermen. Thank you, in advance for your support.

January 30-31, 2021

Have you ever met someone, had a teacher or coach, listened to a speaker or been to a concert and been blown away by the person in charge or leading the event? You walk away thinking “Wow! That was excellent!” What was it about that person? It’s not so much what they said, but HOW  they said it. Well, that’s what it was like when Jesus spoke in the synagogue. He blew people away…even the evil spirits! We should be blown away too. Maybe we need to listen more closely. He speaks to us every day. He’ll drive out what needs to driven out of you as well. Let’s begin today to listen more intently, and ask for his help to cleanse us from the things that keep us from him. Ask him to be the authority in your life and for his guidance in your participation in the Archbishop’s Call to Share appeal.