There’s a website I found recently, “Show them Jesus” that got my attention. http://jackklumpenhower.com/ The author of this book makes the case that people can only learn the Bible, and begin to live in the way God calls us to, by knowing Jesus. And he says start with children.
My church, Holy Cross Lutheran, is a good place, an intentional place.
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The Way of the Cross
Reflections on the Passion of the Christ
You are invited to walk in the steps of Christ, as you participate in the Stations of the Cross in a prayerful discipline. Consider walking along the stations, drinking in the artwork offered to you, reading the scriptures that apply to that station, and offering a prayer, before moving to the next station. Take as long as you wish. Pause, and pray as needed.
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The Imposition of Ashes on Ash Wednesday is a meaningful way to enter into the season of Lent – where we will be learning more about how Love is Greater than Hate. Join us for Holy communion, meaningful music and psalms to enter the season.
Get ready for Lent, by coming to the Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper at Holy Cross – proceeds will benefit the FLY – Faithful Lutheran Youth – kids from both Holy Cross and Christ the good Shepherd Church – who want to be part of the ELCA Youth Gathering this summer in Houston, Texas. Want to help? Show up at 4:30 or stay late to clean up!
Today, in the children’s sermon we’ll talk about this friendship bench with the kids! How can you Be a friend? Join us at worship at 9:30 am at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1998 Lansing Ave NE. Salem, OR 97301! See you there!
Friendship bench at Thunder Hill Elementary built to help students connect