There's a good chance you missed Sunday because of the snow. I talked about adding some "legs" to our words, that is, adding action to our faith.
I mentioned in the second service that I'm an activist by nature. I don't do well just watching. I'm a "roll up your sleeves and get dirty" kind of guy! And that's the kind of church I want Cedarbrook to be. The saddest thing to me would be for Cedarbrookers to simply be satisfied with attending a service now and then and calling that "good". In contrast, the best thing would be if we came together to bless others.
That's what the Advent Conspiracy is all about. We are working at creating a new Christmas tradition of blessing others rather than simply blessing ourselves with presents and parties. I hope you'll download my message. The audio has my interview with Joe Draxler who has helped to dig wells this past year with Living Water.
My challenge to the church is for each one of us to set aside a portion of our Christmas fund to donate to either:
1. Stepping Stones Shelter here in Menononie, or...
2. Living Water International. We want to raise $10,000 to dig two wells this year. One in Honduras and one in Haiti.
Thanks so much! We will collect the money on Christmas Eve as well as the Sunday before and after Christmas.