Posts from 2017

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Celebrating our Differences

by Jack Miller

Sometimes we can look around at the people sitting at the table with us, or joining us in the pews, and we can begin to think that in many significant ways, we are a lot alike. I believe that as God’s adopted children we share a very powerful bond. There is certainly more that connects […]

The Greatest

by Jack Miller

Have you ever wondered what it must be like to have the distinction of being the greatest at something? Muhammed Ali claimed to be the greatest, period. Roger Federer and Serena Williams have been declared the greatest tennis players of all time. Many people consider William Shakespeare to be the greatest writer, Mozart to be […]

Generosity of Spirit

by Jack Miller

According to the constitution of the PC(USA), “Giving has always been a mark of Christian commitment and discipleship. The ways in which a believer uses God’s gifts of material goods, personal abilities, and time should reflect a faithful response to God’s self-giving in Jesus Christ and Christ’s call to minister to and share with others […]

Bethesda Fellowship Concert, February 19, 2017, 4:00 pm

by Heather Bruner

Sea Island Presbyterian’s Kirk Choir will combine with the Voices of Victory Choir, of Bethesda Christian Fellowhsip to present a concert of Spirituals, Traditional & Contemporary Gospel Music and Anthems. This event will be held at Bethesda Christian Fellowship and is free to the public.

Souper Bowl of Caring, February 5, 2017

by Heather Bruner

Souper Bowl of Caring, February 5 As Super Bowl LI approaches, our youth will join other churches and groups across the nation participating in the Souper Bowl of Caring: an event meant to support local charities battling hunger in our communities. The youth group will host a soup luncheon following the 10:30 am worship service […]

Prayer for Christian Unity

by Jack Miller

January 18, 2017 Today marks the beginning of the week of prayer for Christian unity. I believe this is an important week for us to commemorate. I believe that prayer affects God. I also believe that prayer affects the person offering the prayer. As I lift up my fellow Christian in prayer, I remember them, […]