St. Matthew's Breakfast!
Join the members of St. Matthew's A.M.E. Church (Sewickley) this Saturday (and every Saturday in February) for a delicious, hearty breakfast. It's a great opportunity to mingle and make new friends in our community. Hope to see you there!
New LIfe community chili cook off
10th Annual CHILI COOK-OFF and
New Life Community Church
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Public HEaling Service
Saturday March 7th 2-5pm
At New Life Community (Bellevue)
Please join us for a time of corporate worship, biblical teaching, and sitting at the feet of Jesus. Trained prayer ministers and intercessors will be available to administer healing prayer
through the laying on of hands.
Dr. Wendy LeMarquand speaking on “Faith”
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In addition, take some time during the week to talk with friends and family about this question. We'll be talking about some of these at Lunch with the Pastor, small groups, and sometimes during Witnessing God at Work during the Sunday morning service. These questions are an important part of our work together to figure out our way forward and outward into the community. I hope that you'll take them seriously and participate as much as possible. It's an easy way to be a part of our process and make your voice heard. Also, feel free to share the questions with friends and family outside the congregation and in the community.
This week's question comes from page 7 of: Baab, Lynne M. Reaching out in a Networked World: Expressing Your Congregations Heart and Soul. Herndon, VA: Alban Institute, 2008.
Cut out a paper heart and write your star word on that. Hang it up somewhere you’ll see it often (away from the star so you have two reminders). Think about writing the star word on your spiritual heart as well.
Look up your word in a Bible concordance (there might be on in the back of your Bible). Feel free to borrow one from the church or use the one at: https://www.biblegateway.com/keyword/ List the Scripture references to begin reading through them next month. Set up a daily reading plan if you’d like.
Look up your word in the thesaurus. Do any of the synonyms stand out to you for any reason?
Look up your word in the dictionary. Note the definition in your journal, if you’re keeping one.
Listen as people talk to you, as you read, as you watch TV/movies and pay attention to how and when and how often your word comes up in the world around you.