Scattered Seed

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  • 01 Learning Circles
  • 02 Without Walls
  • 03 Working Faith
  • 04 Doing Good
  • 05 Sowing Seeds

Digital Coffee Time

(After reading through this post please let me know your thoughts or ideas in the comments) What? Coffee (or your preference?) and Conversation Digitally. Why? To give people opportunity to share their stories (to download)? Who? Anyone interested, willingly and able to take the time to meet up online. Where? Internet When? Sunday evening or [...]

Opportunities to Serve Others

1. Support Our Vulnerable Populations If possible donate to charities. Meals, food hampers and safe spaces are desperately needed by those most vulnerable to COVID-19. “Speak up for those who have no voice, for the justice of all who are dispossessed. Speak up, judge righteously, and defend the cause of the oppressed and needy.” Proverbs‬ [...]

A New Normal

Looking Behind - Stories (1st Third) As we watch history unfold it is interesting to see us enter a new normal. The world will no longer be the same as it was even a day ago. Looking to the days ahead this may be a good thing. It is okay to grieve the loss of [...]

Communication is Key

Looking Behind - Stories (1st Third) Communication is key. There is probably no relationship that will survive long without it. Unfortunately there are many adults who seem to take this particular skill for granted. Children, on the other hand, are always striving to become master communicators. Everything they do seems based on increasing their ability [...]

Two Ears Two Eyes One Mouth

Looking Behind - Stories (1st Third) I am sure you have heard the phrase “you have two ears, two eyes and one mouth for a reason”? You probably have not only heard it but used it at one time or another. It is reasonable to say that having a healthy conversation is an art. Some [...]

Life is an Experiment

Looking Back (1st Third) The world seems to have gotten just a tad more crazy than usual. People, generally, are reacting to events with fear rather than logic. Reminds me of how kids take tests. They cram preparing themselves for what might be, they play oblivious that a test is even coming or they balance [...]