Prayer: The Composer’s Way

Guest Blogger: Kayla Cole *This is the third in a series of posts on Lenten Prayer Practices. So, I was finally making good progress cramming the next day’s bible study (never mind that it was probably my seventh time sitting down to do it that morning…) when my attention was completely arrested by a song. … Continue reading Prayer: The Composer’s Way

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Prayer: The Irish Way

Guest Blogger: Kayla Cole *This is the second in a series of posts on Lenten Prayer Practices. I found the following in a Celtic worship resource: God is Breath, for the breath of the wind is shared by all, goes everywhere; nothing shuts it in, nothing holds it prisoner. -Maximus the Confessor, a seventh century … Continue reading Prayer: The Irish Way

Toys for Tots

Guest Blogger: Kelly Chambers For years, when I thought of Toys for Tots, it was of the giant cardboard boxes with the big red letters and trains I saw during the holidays at the bank, bowling alley or dentist office. Or maybe of seeing US Marines marching in a parade with a locomotive float. I … Continue reading Toys for Tots