Feeling our Worth

As we enter Epiphany, this is a perfect way to start our 2017 God in the World class. We have Russ Seagle coming this Sunday to talk with us. We could even ask how this blog will pertain to the talk Russ gives us. It’s all a part of what it means to see and to be “God in the world”.

prayers of my heart, a collection of articles and writings by C. Alicia Randolph

photo by my friend Terri Cofiell
by Alicia Randolph Rapking
 “Look at the birds of the air; they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?”  (From “The Sermon on the Mount,” Matthew 6:26)
This year, Christmas in our household was a time of offering practical gifts.  And so, tires and oil and oil changes and a graphing calculator became the gifts that the kids received.  The one frivolous gift, which I have determined is not really frivolous, was the gift of feeding the birds this winter.  New suet cakes, bird seed, and new bird feeders, along with assorted hardware, for hanging the feeders, appeared under our Christmas tree.  Throughout the rest of the winter there will be time for feeding and watching the birds as I sit in silence in my quiet…

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