Now, finally, on the first day of Epiphany, more strangers arrive at the manger. These ones come bearing gifts, having stopped in to get directions from Herod along the way. What shall we call them? What do we know of them? What real contribution, other than a bit of glitz, do they bring to the … Continue reading Epiphany: The Complex Work of the Gospel
Sitting here this morning, I imagine we all have a lot of reasons to be grateful. That we are able to enjoy this morning. That we have family or friends to spend time with. That we live in Ottawa, in Canada. That we are alive. We are here. Or perhaps we are grateful for what … Continue reading Thanks and Giving
St John has been working on the Galai School project for five years. Construction is underway. The people of the village are fully involved and have been given a hand up by a group of people an ocean away.
For five years St John has been working toward this project. After careful consideration we have found the international NGO that can help us make this new school idea a reality. On October 29, 2015, a team of seven staff from Change Agent Network-Liberia pay an assessment visit to Galai for the construction of … Continue reading St John Finds a Partner