A Deacon’s Musing: Lent|Giving Up Superiority

This Lenten blog journey about “Giving Up” or “Letting Go” has been interesting. Part of that interest arises from the nature in which the practice has been paired with the worshipping community at Little Britain United Church. The variations of the paths explored, whether that is on Sunday or during faith explorations, reminds me that Read more…

Approved Winnipeg Presbytery Executive Meeting Minutes – February 16, 2018

Approved Winnipeg Presbytery Executive Meeting Minutes – February 16, 2018

Approved Winnipeg Presbytery Executive Meeting Minutes – January 23, 2018

Approved Winnipeg Presbytery Executive Meeting Minutes – January 23, 2018

A Deacon’s Musing: Lent|Giving Up Expectations

I marvel about the story of Abram and Sarai … I always have. I would like to say that they must have resisted this new development into which God was calling them. Yet, there are enough examples in the Sacred Stories of the Jewish and Christian traditions that clearly illustrate people who resist when God Read more…

Draft Winnipeg Presbytery Executive Meeting Minutes – February 16, 2018

Draft Winnipeg Presbytery Executive Meeting Minutes – February 16, 2018

Draft Winnipeg Presbytery General Meeting Minutes – February 6, 2018

Draft Winnipeg Presbytery General Meeting Minutes – February 6, 2018

A Deacon’s Musing: Lent|Giving Up Control

The beginning of Jesus’ time in the desert, those 40 days of trial and test, hold meaning that is deep and rich, difficult and awkward for the listeners who have since followed. Those who endeavour to follow Jesus and continue his work hear this story in different ways depending on our context, which ranges from Read more…

Renewal: Update (180214)

Affirming Ministry

We have new updates for the following Renewal initiatives: Affirming Ministry; and Appreciative Inquiry.

A Deacon’s Musing: Appreciative Principles|Awareness

“Listen!” and “See!” were central instructions that Jesus, in his ministry, left to his disciples and those of us who have followed. “Discipleship,” in secular language, can be paralleled with “leadership.” For those called to leadership, whether willingly embraced or begrudgingly accepted, listening and seeing are extremely important, if not key, components that determine thriving Read more…

Renewal: Update (180208)

We have new updates for the following Renewal initiative: Appreciative Inquiry.

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