Listen to my letter to Pastor Dan Hooper of Hollywood Lutheran Church about our recent work with the Pasadena/Altadena Reintegration Council “PACT” meetings and my interest in learning from him and Hollywood Lutheran members who work with incarcerated persons.
Our final midweek Lenten Bible study turned into a conversation about how my own views on ministry and leadership have changed over the last several years. You can listen to my attempt to summarize these thoughts by clicking on the podcast link with this post for Christ the Shepherd – Continuing the Conversation.
In Mark’s gospel the women who come to Jesus’ tomb learn that Jesus left before they arrived. To find him his disciples have to go to Galilee where Jesus began his work. This week’s Bible study asks how we might find Jesus alive in our local community where people are doing things that make God smile. Click on the podcast start button to hear a summary of our discussion. Some of us drew pictures with crayons!
During the month of March, Sandi Holden and the young people from our CTS Altadena Music Project have been making visits to a local nursing home on Thursday nights. This evening I caught up with them. Listen to this interview with Aiden Chisum. He’s the one in the front row in the middle.
This week’s Bible study entitled “Teamwork Matters,” focused on Moses’ story in Exodus 18:17-25 and asked the question, “What do we need from each other to succeed and do our best work together at Christ the Shepherd.” Listen to a summary by clicking the podcast link below.
This week’s Bible study focused on the theme of partnership. Using the story of Lydia and Paul in Acts 16 as our starting point, we discussed the role local partnerships play as God helps neighbors and neighborhood churches connect with and bless each other.
By clicking on the audio podcast button below, you can listen to a summary of the discussion of our Bible study at church based on Paul’s vision of the man from Macedonia in Acts 16:6-10. The study is entitled, “What’s Standing in the Way?” Feel free to join the conversation by adding your comments to this blog post.