Peter & Paul

We are a Family

Dear Brothers and Sisters, As we enter into the last week of April let us be reminded of those mentioned in the email lists and let us not forget the entirety of the brotherhood/sisterhood of Christ. Our efforts should extend far beyond these emails. Let us always be mindful of our members who are struggling with illnesses of body and mind, those who are embarking on new journeys beyond the little walls of Jamestown, those who have been stumbling in their walk and have requested our prayers, and especially those who have chosen to put on Christ in baptism. We are a family; let us support each other as such bearing in all things kindness and love and forgiveness casting off our own pride and

Reach Out to One Another

As we start back into the weekly "grind" let us find the conviction to know our God, to study his word, to trust in him, and to be actively serving him each and every day. I hope you have all been taking the time to reach out to those of our number who are sick or shut in or who have embarked on journeys across the country and world. Our busy schedules aught not prevent us from doing what should be a priority in our lives. Let us not be spiritually lazy. God works and tills through the lives of his willing servants; growing and tending to the flock. We might just be the answer to someones prayers. As a reminder you are free to reach out to those in either group and I encourage you to loo

Recharge with God

It’s a new week with exciting new opportunities to serve our God. I hope our batteries are recharged and ready to fight the good fight. We have the chance each and every day to choose to be in God's light and to be about his work. If we feel we may have strayed or if we've fallen short or given in to the temptations of this world we need not worry. The solution is painfully simple; choose you this day to serve the Lord, ask him to forgive and it will be forgiven, ask for strength and it will be supplied. Let us be prayerfully and zealously abounding in our Christian walk. In love, Tony

The Value of Gold

Caring for others stems from a deep rooted love of Christ. And from that truth Jesus would teach His Disciples "the Golden Rule". Matthew 7:12: “So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets.” Jesus’ Golden Rule gives us a standard by which people can gauge their actions: actively treat others the way they themselves like to be treated. It is quite simple yet impossible for some to do. Jesus condenses the entire Old Testament into this single principle, taken from Leviticus 19:18: “Do not seek revenge or bear a grudge against anyone among your people, but love your neighbor as yourself. I am the LORD.” The command to love is what

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