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Volunteers are needed for several weeks this summer to help with the Summer Kids Club program. This is the program that The Stewpot—a ministry of First Presbyterian Church of Dallas—manages each year where around 70 low income elementary children participate in enrichment activities.
“Limit and weakness are not synonymous. Much of the conversation in churches is about overcoming our weaknesses. In the same respect, our prayers often focus on what we don’t do well. I’ve always been enamored with the idea of discovering my gifts, the thing I do better than the other things I do. What about you?”
“It is now officially Lent. Today, we can begin a 40-day journey of self-denial. I don’t give up things for the season of Lent but I know people who do. I asked around and learned that this year’s most likely losers during Lent are chocolate, soda, complex carbohydrates, the Oxford comma, television, wine on weekdays and wine on weekends.”
On Sunday, October 21, we began. Our young people offered their gifts of voice, leadership and art to bring together a wonderful day of worship. Youth Sunday is this weekend. The months of hard work by our youth will come to fruition. We will pray and sing praises. It will be a thin place.