Lessons from a Yogi-Preacher: Strength, Flexibility, Balance and Stillness

I’ve been practicing yoga since 2007, when the demands of a growing church were stressful.  We were in a building planning process at Trinity UMC, …

Lessons from a Yogi-Preacher: Strength, Flexibility, Balance and Stillness

Stir What You Got!

A very poignant entry from Rev. Tim. He Weaves a touching narrative about his life.

A Potter's View

I haven’t blogged a few weeks and that says a lot about the limbo-land where our family has been. In the last month we have welcomed a new granddaughter and we have been with Narcie after another brain surgery. She describes it on her blog at www.narciejeter.wordpress.com. Where I am emotionally and theologically is an interesting place. We physically came back last night from Narcie’s, but our prayers and hearts are still there. We transition today from one night at home to going to the South Carolina Annual Conference Cabinet Banquet and one last prep time before AC starts tomorrow afternoon. As Parliamentarian I am trying to hone my skills so I can be of help, as if he needs it, to Bishop Jonathan Holston. How blessed we are to have him as our Episcopal leader!

Where I am is twixt and ‘tween: not in Florida with Narcie and…

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Where do you fit in the Christmas story?

spiritual gifts | Rethink Church.

  • Are you the innkeeper, offering what you can?
  • Are you the shepard, living on the fringe of society suddenly summoned to birth of a king?
  • Are you a young parent feeling unworthy and unprepared for the journey ahead of you?
  • Are you the wiseman, traveling great lengths in the search for something remarkable?

Our gifts are the Grace of God at work within us empowering us to match our deep passions with the world’s deep needs. We each have gifts that differ according to the Grace given us. Every child of God is filled with the power of the Holy Spirit, especially gifted to play a unique and valued role in the body of Christ. No one is without gift – without purpose.