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Second Sunday in Lent

My Intention today is to focus on my purpose.

In ministry I share my faith and my talents.  I often wonder if its enough.

Do I give enough time?
Do I give enough of my resources? 

Today I want to dig deeper.

Am I able to “feed my sheep”?

How do you give back? Please share your comments below.

The choir at Stittsville United Church will share the song

“When the wind of winter blows”.

We’re driving through a snow squall to

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get there. 

Are you part of a sharing community?  Do you gather for worship each week?

Perhaps that’s how you share by spending time with like thinkers; praying and lifting each other up.

Enjoy the gift of today.

  Feed the sheep.

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