This Lent we will quiet things down and heighten our attention to the “still, small voice” of God and our own True Self. Listening through prayer as well as meditation on holy texts is an ancient Lenten practice. Come and rest, come and listen.
This Sunday, the fourth Sunday of Lent, Pastor Steve Vineyard continues his sermon series titled “Listen, Hearing that Still Small Voice and Finding Your Own” with a sermon titled Find Your Power, Listening for Healing.
Because she had heard about Jesus, she came up behind him in the crowd and touched his
clothes. She was thinking, If I can just touch his clothes, I’ll be healed. – Mark 5: 24-34
among us has doubts about prayer’s power at times. What is it? How does it work? This week we
will consider that the mechanics of what happens in prayer is not as important as that we do it.
Because whether or not the outcome for ourselves or others is an actual healing, the very act of being
entangled with God and with others through prayer has healing and power-bestowing benefits.”
- 350 Breakfasts
- 200 Noodle or Mac & Cheese
- 200 Canned Meals
- 300 Fruit Cups
- No Juice Boxes needed this month
- No Milk Boxes needed this month
- 150 Snacks
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