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For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are—yet he did not sin.


Annual Church Picnic

Our Annual Church Picnic is on Tuesday June 28. Games start at 4:30pm and a potluck dinner is at 5:00pm. Hot Dogs, Burgers, Buns, and condiments are provided. Important: Bring your own table service, flatware, glasses and beverages. The sign up chart is at the information center. When signing up for your potluck dish, make sure there are a variety of dishes!

The Violence Project Book Discussion

Two days before summer vacation, families and a community were shattered by the school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde Texas. Soon memes appeared “thoughts and prayers are not enough” and of course they aren’t enough, but thoughts and prayers can also be avenues to thoughtful, prayerful action. In the wake of yet another school shooting, I know I need to talk with people as I consider what action I (and maybe we) can take other than the usual things I do like writing my representatives and supporting organizations that work at many different levels about violence.

I found a book called The Violence Project that I think can be a good springboard for constructive discussion. If you would like to be a part of a discussion with me, I’d be so grateful. The plan is to meet on 4 Mondays (June 20, June 27, July 11, and July 18) at 3pm by Zoom.

Please email me: [email protected] or text/call me 501-563-6279 if you can be a part of one or more of our discussions on Mondays. The book is available on Amazon with kindle, hardback.
The authors of the book are psychologist Dr. Julian Peterson and sociologist Dr. James Densley, who are the leaders of “The Violence Project,” a non-partisan Center working on a strategic and holistic response to violence. Read the reviews and take a look at their work. I think it’s worth discussing together.

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