June 28, 2008

 French writer Michel de Montaigne (1533-1592) wrote: 

He who does not live in some degree for others, hardly lives for himself.”

When we live for others we figuratively come out of our shell and begin to live.  Life begins to take on a new meaning, and the brilliance of life begins to come into view. 

Since our mission is to Be Christ in the world by sharing God’s love and serving others.  We are taking some children and adults to Louisiana this coming week to live for other people.  The experience should allow God’s love to enfold each person who serves as well as each person who is served.

Since I will be in Louisiana next week I’m not sure about internet access.  If I have access I will journal our days.  If no access is available I will post next week.




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