Plastic Donuts: Giving That Delights the Heart of the Father by Jeff Anderson
You may also register via email at kharste samaritanshill. Holy Week had so much ministry and emotion packed into it that it is hard to begin to say thank you to everyone who helped. We began the week with our celebration of Palm Sunday. Thank you to everyone who made the day wonderful. Thank you to our worship leaders and to all of you who were able to help us set up. Again, a tremendous reach into our community and a tremendous effort by all the volunteers.
Without all of the volunteers, this event, nor any of our events, would have the kind of impact that they do. Multiple visitors—parents—talked of being at other Easter Egg Hunts where it was a mad dash for eggs and then was over. At our Easter Egg Hunt we had so many things for the kids to do. They were very appreciative.
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- Burn (The Fred Carver Mysteries).
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- Amsterdam Stories (New York Review Books Classics)!
But Easter Egg Hunts are not just about a Bunny, they are about Jesus and on our registration form we included not only an invitation for visitors to receive our email newsletter, but also to find out more about Samaritans Hill. We believe that you have to serve before you can share.
Thank you! Special thanks to two teenagers who made the day for many of the kids by dressing up as bunnies.
Easter morning broke with a bit of an overcast, but there was joy nonetheless because we know that the tomb is empty. We had a great breakfast served by Tim Freitag and his father. Tim did a great job this year as he always does. We are indebted to him. Our breakfast was followed by our Easter worship and the proclamation of He is Risen!
Thank you to everyone who made Easter so wonderful. Thank you Samaritans to all Samaritans for their donations. As of this writing we do not have a final tally of how much was donated. We will try to include that in a future newsletter. During the summer, when fresh local produce is available, they are able to get produce weekly. They are located at Weinand Circle, Rogers. Mar 29 th p. Apr th Pastor Harste and Joanne on Vacation. Apr 4 th a. Apr 9 th p. Apr 10 th a. Apr 12 th a. Apr 17 th a.
Apr 18 th p. Apr 23 rd p. Such giving impacts lives filled with generosity and joy. Yes, that involves money, but the book also opens the idea giving involves so much more. I give Plastic Donuts 4 out of 5 stars.
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The book is more than a good resource for a pastor working on a fall stewardship series. Thanks to Multnomah for providing a free copy to review without any commitment to a positive review, just an honest one. Leave a comment. Filed under Book Review. Tagged as Book Review , Generosity. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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