Where God calls you
Let yourself be plumbed to the depths, and you will realize that everyone is created for a presence. There, in your heat of hearts, in that place where no two people are alike, Christ is waiting for you. And there the unexpected happens.—Brother Roger of Taizé (1915-2005)
The place where God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world's deep hunger meet.—Frederick Buechner (1926- )
Where God is calling me today is Albany, Georgia as I am driving west to be with the congregation of St. Patrick's Episcopal Church as they kick off their stewardship campaign. I find theirs to be one of the most exciting stories in our diocese as they sold their old building and land, moved to worship in a Methodist Church and are now in their new building in a better location. They are a congregation who had the courage to die to everything they had been in order to be resurrected into the church God was calling them to be. I am honored to be with them.
There is no 7 p.m. study tonight at King of Peace.
The Rev. Frank Logue, Pastor