Deacon Chuck Monroe’s Reflection

I am married to my wife Sylvia, and we have been married for 32 years.  We have a blended family of

Deacon Chuck Monroe’s Reflection2022-12-22T12:24:25-07:00

Rosemary Sambora’s Reflection

Recently at the Praise and Worship Center (PWC) there was a continuing spiritual education program offered, called the School of Prayer.

Rosemary Sambora’s Reflection2022-12-28T12:36:15-07:00

Fr. Dale Fushek’s Reflection

  C.S. Lewis told the story about his brother overhearing a woman on a bus.  As they drove by a church,

Fr. Dale Fushek’s Reflection2022-12-15T18:49:01-07:00

Deacon Carol Palmer’s Reflection

As I have been pondering for a few weeks about writing this, I set down this morning, and as I prayed dear

Deacon Carol Palmer’s Reflection2022-12-07T15:40:03-07:00

Deacon Sharon Trischan’s Reflection

“Give to your faithful Lord, a prayerful spirit of gratitude, that we may thank You for all of your gifts”, from intercessory

Deacon Sharon Trischan’s Reflection2022-12-02T20:09:55-07:00

Father Michael Lessard’s Reflection

Morning A vermillion paradise arose. The advent of newborn colors, slowly ascending. It dabbed my world with the specter of the

Father Michael Lessard’s Reflection2022-11-25T20:11:41-07:00

Terri Thompson’s Reflection

River of Living Waters Recently while reading from one of my favorite daily devotionals, the passage “The River of Living Waters,

Terri Thompson’s Reflection2022-11-21T09:15:01-07:00

Tami Heinl’s Reflection

The Season of Grief The season of grief is long and hard to carry…there is no timeline, no map, no check

Tami Heinl’s Reflection2022-11-14T10:17:51-07:00

Savannah Abbott’s Reflection

Healing a Broken Heart At the time I am writing this, the group that went on a pilgrimage to Italy have

Savannah Abbott’s Reflection2022-11-03T16:47:53-07:00
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