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The Heart Check-up

by Kathryn Hanley

Tell A FriendThis a wonderful time to take a look at the condition of our hearts. Is it hard or soft? Is it willing to stretch, or has it become calloused and rigid. At the Ash Wednesday service today at All Saints the Priest read Psalm 51 where David pours his heart out to God. […]

A Faith Journey – Trusting the Lord

by Kathryn Hanley

Tell A FriendA Faith Journey  — Dr. Kimberly Fong, Senior Pastor at Po’okela Church in Maui I met Kimberly when I attended her country church on a Sunday when Michael and I were celebrating our wedding anniversary in Hawaii.  Her lesson that day was so beautiful and the welcome so warm, (every visitor is greeted […]

Wonderful Prayer for the New Year

by Kathryn Hanley

Tell A FriendHoly God of Heaven and Earth, I know that a thousand years are as a day to you, but we humans are bound up in time. As a new year is about to begin, please teach me to . . . * care more about people and less about things, * enjoy my […]

Cheerful perseverance

by Betsey Mulloy

Tell A FriendWent hiking in the Blue Ridge Mountains of NC yesterday, headed for the ruins of the unhappily named Rattlesnake Lodge. Some parts of the trail were mercifully almost flat, thanks to many switchbacks, but other inclines reminded me that a long climb needs more fuel than a latte and half a breakfast bar.  […]

Listen for the “still, small voice” within

by Betsey Mulloy

Tell A FriendDear friends, Well, we gathered this last Wednesday and shared our thoughts and questions about the character of God.  We asked the Holy Spirit to flush out all ideas that we may have gotten from our culture, our family of origin, our own childish perceptions, or any church experience that malign God.  We […]

Words With A Friend

by Kathryn Hanley

Tell A FriendOne of the more convicting questions in David’s talk from last week was “how much time do you spend watching TV?”  I started thinking about it – hours “catching up” with the latest show, a movie in the evening after an hour of news that leaves me more discouraged about the pain in […]

It’s in His Hands Now

by Kathryn Hanley

Tell A FriendEverybody has problems. Christians are no different from unbelievers in that regard. But we are supposed to be different in the matter of faith. The Bible teaches us to trust God for solutions and to avoid the pitfalls of anxiety and worry. I’m not good at it! But I am still trying to […]