Monthly Archives: November 2010

Little church. Big heart.

Lutheran Church of the Galilean donated and delivered 24 roasted turkeys to the Center for Jesus the Lord in New Orleans for their Thanksgiving dinner todayfor the homeless at the Ozanam Inn in downtown New Orleans. Between the Galilean, Christ … Continue reading

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Good news from the Brenham Banner Press: Burton area churches joining to help the needy

Front page of this weekend’s Brenham Banner Press: Bridging the gap: Burton area churches joining to help needy people Twelve Burton area churches had the same vision of impacting the community, but each church couldn’t do it alone. So they … Continue reading

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Leadership

"It’s about them and it’s about God and it’s about, your job is just to make it safe for people, to experiment, to love, to forgive, to pray, to give. I think that’s something you have to go through a … Continue reading

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Weeping may tarry for a night, but rejoicing comes in the morning. Psalm 30:5b

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The Rev. Dr. Robert Moore presents to the Metro Houston Ministerium

Robert presented on a New Testament survey tool: http://www.introducingNT.com, and the accompanying book by Mark Alan Powell. It is written as a college course, but many congregations have well-educated, biblically-astute leaders who would enjoy going deeper. He also recommended several … Continue reading

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A New Jersey pastor is telling his married church leaders to delete Facebook or resign.

Astute reader Gary Tamburello passed this important news on. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40235085/ns/technology_and_science-tech_and_gadgets/from/toolbar

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Global Mission and Malaria

I’m getting the sense that the ELCA global mission strategy has five big rocks: 1. Companion synod relationships and support. 2. Sending of missionaries and YAGMs (Young Adults in Global Mission) 3. World Hunger Appeal 4. AIDS/Malaria Initiative 5. Disaster … Continue reading

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