Step Back in Time
Family VBS Begins on Sunday August 3
Moms and Dads, Grandmas & Grandpas, grab kids and grandkids, a pair of sandals, your bathrobe and your sense of adventure and get ready to escape with the Israelites! At Wilderness Escape VBS, you’ll meet Moses and join the Israelites amazing adventure of trusting God in the wilderness. We can’t wait to see you there.
- Sunday August 3 through Wednesday August 6
- 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Get Yours at the Maumee Summer Fair!
St. Paul’s “Organicans” are getting ready for their largest fundraiser of the year—the Philly Cheese Steak Sale! The fun will begin at 10 am on Saturday, August 16 at the Maumee Summer Fair.
Come for some great food and support our youth! ALSO, if you’re avaialbe, the youth would love your help. If you can lend a hand or have any questions, please contact Tim: 419-343-7537 or Bobbie: 419-351-5980; or you can sign up to help on St. Paul’s Youth’s Facebook Page.
…Around St. Paul’s
What’s Happening and Notes of Love
Hello St. Paul’s.
I hope as this note finds you with God’s warmth shining upon you with abundance.
This summer has been gorgeous thus far; we hope that you’re having a wonderful season with your family and friends. Since our summers can be so busy, we thought it would be good to send you a summertime rapport on what’s happening around St. Paul’s, and to send you a note of love. Continue reading
Farewell and Fair winds to the Smith Family
Wow! What a man of God the Lord placed at St. Paul’s! Shawn Smith is one of a kind. He’s a unique, quirky kinda of guy. One could only love his long curly hair (well, before he cut it that is). Continue reading
“Sorry for the rain mates.” Everywhere we ventured, our British friends apologized for the rain. It was practically comical. I mean, it’s England right? And in England, it rains often, and it rains hard. Now, about that rain… Continue reading
In almost all of my prayer time lately regarding St. Paul’s, I keep hearing one word from the Lord: “Wait!”
Honestly, I don’t like waiting. Waiting requires patience and discipline and holding immediate gratification at bay. Yet, God says to wait. So, I’m waiting.
I’m not asking why—that’s kind of futile; the Lord doesn’t usually answer my why questions. But, I am asking: “For what?” “Until when?” “What’s next?” The answers I’m getting are not direct words, but more spirit-led inferring’s. I’m sensing that God is telling me to wait as he prepares us for what he’s going to birth: in and from us. Continue reading