As we continue in the season of Lent we consider the unexpected miracles that come with self-reflection. Self-reflection is when we have a willingness to look deep within.
Not long ago we had a day of 50 plus mph winds in Indy. Trees were tossed about and thousands lost power. While all this commotion was going on the sailboats in the White River were tossed about.
Do you believe in the power of Prayer? Prayer has the power to potentially change any given situation in miraculous ways.
On Sunday members of the Garden’s Florida Habitat team will share a bit of the 2019 experience in service. Each Habitat build is always different in its own unique way and this year provided a great opportunity for sharing in community with other Gardeners through hard work, community building and fellowship. Twenty Gardeners came together with willing, working hands and open hearts to grow bonds with people they would have otherwise connected with.
This weekend the United Methodist Church General Conference is meeting in St. Louis. The primary agenda item will be a vote on ”The Way Forward” report and determine the official stance of the church on issues of human sexuality. Serving in ministry for more than twenty years human sexuality is a topic that has historically been a source of pain, conflict, and division in the in the United Methodist Church.