Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Thursday, October 6, 2011
But I would encourage all to watch Jobs speak to a graduate class in 2005 at Stanford University.
Jobs speaks about hope, cancer, death, and life.
Thursday, August 4, 2011
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Thursday, April 21, 2011
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Saturday, April 2, 2011
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Saturday, March 12, 2011
Three Celebrating 60 Years of Ordained Ministry
Sunday June 5th the Diocese of Central Newfoundland will be celebrating the 60th Anniversary of their ordination to the Diaconate of the Rt. Rev. Mark Genge, the Rev. Canon Bert Cheeseman and the Rev. Canon Arnold Torraville who served in our Diocese. We will begin with a service at St. Martin’s Cathedral, at 10:30am, followed by a banquet at Hotel Gander at 2:00pm. Banquet $25.00 per person. The offering at the service will be for Queen’s College.
Organ Donor Week is April 17-23 – we give thanks for the Gift of Life. We are grateful for all have donated. We remember those who donated in death that another might live. We pray for those who grieve their lost – for those who received – that all may celebrate the Gift of Life.
Over the past couple of years we have prayed for individuals who in death gave the gift of life. And for those who have received an organ donation. With thankfulness we remember in pray and love those who gave a gift of life. We pray for the continued health as those who received celebrate the life that was given for them.
Saturday, January 15, 2011
I recently purchased Facing Messy Stuff in the Church and When Ministry is Messy. Like most I've encountered a few messy - sticky - moments in ministry, and some that were not pretty at all. So when I saw these books I decided to acquire both.
After a quick look at Facing Messy Stuff in the Church, by Kenneth L Swetland (2005), I'm not to excited about the book. It is a series of fourteen case studies. It appears it is a book about issue studies as much as cases studies. Maybe I'll feel differently once I've read the whole book.
But after scanning When Ministry is Messy, by Richard C Brown (2006), I'm looking forward to reading this text. Let's see how they both hold up as I read through both over the next weeks.