This Sunday is Pentecost. Last week was Ascension Day, this week is Pentecost, and next week is Trinity Sunday. As we prepare to enter ordinary time, we have a last image of Christ’s life expressed through his Ascension, the gift of the Holy Spirit and his presence in the Trinity. The following is a prayer…Details
Hey, the site is a little funky right now. I think WP might be doing some maintenance. The right hand column is collapsing in on itself and not all of the links are clicking. Keep checking to see if it works. I thought I would try some holy water.
I would like to introduce you to many of the people who work behind the scenes at the Wheatland Mission. There are a variety of teams accomplishing those things necessary to our functioning as a church. Over the next few weeks I will share with you the names, and maybe some faces, with descriptions of…Details
Thanks to all of you who donated supplies for our kids to put together backpacks for the children in emergency foster care. We were able to put together 10 backbacks Saturday night! Here’s a photo of the kids praying over them:
There is a crew from Wheatland preparing to help out the folks in Greensburg this Sat and next. If you are interested in helping out click HERE to help out. Thanks! That link did not do what I wanted it to. If you want to help out you can comment below and leave your info…Details
Last Saturday night we had a great discussion on Galatians 3:26-29. We talked briefly about the idea of us becoming sons (and daughters) of God and the idea of “putting on Christ” and the interesting way that the Apostle Paul writes about Christians being both “in” Christ and Christ being “in” Christians. (Gal 4:19) This…Details
“The way of Christian witness is neither the way of quietist withdrawal, nor the way of Herodian compromise, nor the way of angry militant zeal. It is the way of being in Christ, in the Spirit, at the place where the world is in pain, so that the healing love of God may be brought…Details
The newest family member arrived early this morning. His name is Jackson David. Jill, Matt and Amelie are all doing well.
We thank you, God, for the safe delivery and arrival of Jackson David. Amen.
“I shall not find Christ at the end of the journey unless he accompanies me along the way.”
– Esther De Waal, The Celtic Way of Prayer