Relationships are always worth restoring! Because the Christian life is all about learning how to love, God wants us to value relationships and make every effort to maintain them instead of discarding them whenever there is a hurt or a conflict. God has given us the ministry of restoring relationships! That’s why a significant amount of the New Testament is devoted to teaching us how to get along with one another.
Handmade bowls, homemade soups and full bellies are the order of the day Friday for the Empty Bowl Fundraiser to benefit St. Michael’s Community Kitchen.
With cars overflowing from the parking lot, New Creation Church’s fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt saw hundreds of area children turn out to get their hands on some goodies, kids wasting no time at all in grabbing up the 12,000 plastic eggs full of candy and other materials. Participants as old as fifth grade took to the field to stuff all they could in their baskets, buckets and bags.
In our tradition, the Great Vigil of Easter will be celebrated this evening, the first in a series of Easter celebrations to be celebrated between Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
The Easter holiday is coming up soon, bringing with it some springtime celebrations. Here are a few of the events that will make up the Craig community’s ringing in of the festive day.
On March 18, I attended the monthly meeting of the Craig Ministerial Alliance. The topic of discussion was the issues facing adolescents in the city of Craig and Moffat County. Our guests who represented the Department of Social Services and the county prosecutor’s office shared their concerns about the high rate of delinquency among teenagers here in Moffat County.
Life itself — and scripture too — is invariably three steps forward and two steps back.
Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center will host a Dessert Night fundraiser Sunday evening at St. Michael’s Catholic Church. The event will feature a plethora of delectable dishes, some readily available for ticket-holders and others reserved for the lucky few who want to bid on them during a silent auction.
Change is taking place around us — some seen and some unseen. Changing of seasons, changing of fashions, and changing of the land as it sheds its dingy winter coat and dresses in a fresh green one.
Adolescence can be a loud, trying, scary time for many kids as they start to find their way in the world, but those who get involved with Bear River Young Life may find it gets a little bit easier with some guidance and some peers outside of school. The loudness will still be there, but that’s because of all the fun.
Pastor Linda Taylor looks blindness in the eye
Laughter pealed through the pews of Maybell Bible Church on a Sunday morning in early February, as it does most Sunday mornings starting at 10 a.m.
One of the things I appreciate most about our corner of Colorado is the spirit of cooperation that exists and is embodied by many of our faith-based nonprofits. Seeing people from different churches come together and accomplish things for this community makes me smile on a regular basis.
As I reflect over this past year there has been an overwhelming theme of evil, pain and loss in our world, nation and community in 2014. So what does one do to deal with the pain of loss?
One of the readings from this month talks about Samuel, a young boy in the service of the Lord, serving at the temple in Shiloh, sleeping near the Ark of the Covenant. Samuel ministered to and was dedicated to the Lord, and during those times visions from the Lord and words from the Lord were very rare.
I try hard. I really do. Sometimes, though, I just can’t seem to focus on the happenings during church on Sundays, what with the distractions and all.