On the Way Newsletter from Mennonite Church USA
The latest issue of On the Way, Mennonite Church USA’s online newsletter, is available at www.mennoniteusa.org/on-the-way. On the Way is a free, short, bilingual online resource—published about every six weeks—for everyone in Mennonite Church USA. Each issue focuses on one of the seven churchwide priorities. You can subscribe to receive On the Way directly. NOTE: This is the last time this notification will be sent through Notes to Pastors. To receive On the Way in the future, you will need to subscribe.
The issue’s focus is on Stewardship. At the root of all stewardship is relationship. Whether it’s the stewardship of time, of God’s creation, of our bodies/health, or of our talents, how we understand our relationships will determine how we how we care for and use these gifts. How does Jesus challenge the way we think about these relationships? How are we transformed through them? We hope you’ll enjoy the content and consider sharing your responses and ideas via our website or Facebook page.
Pastors Day Apart and Prayer Breakfast
The Pastors Day Apart scheduled for pastors and credentialed leaders being held at Camp Menolan, Weds. Sept 12, 9-3 pm is fast approaching. The deadline for registration is Sept. 1. Plan now to spend a day apart listening to God and enjoying his presence. Register
Come and be inspired at the fall Franconia Mennonite Conference Prayer Breakfast, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2012, 8 am – 10 am at Salem Mennonite Church, Cherry Road, Quakertown. Our guest speaker will be Marcella Ruch, visiting Southeastern PA area from Colorado for the Worm Project. Marcella has worked as an educator since 1958 and is now retired, but continues to serve her community, church and the world through medical mission work. Most recently Marcella has been instrumental in helping to start a medical clinic for uninsured persons and including prayer ministry as part of the care. Marcella has received training in healing prayer ministry through Christian Healing Ministries, Jacksonville, Florida, and has been actively serving the Methodist Church in teaching personal prayer ministry. She will be sharing on the topic of prayer ministry in the local church. Pastors, prayer leaders, intercessors and anyone interested are invited to come and be inspired. For more information, contact Sandy Landes, prayer ministry coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org or 267-932-6050, x116. Register