February 2016 archive of Blog
Posted by Michele Skeim on 2/29/16
I want you to do something. Take the blue hymnal, if you don’t have one (or if it feels too heavy) take the “Voices as One” book. Now hold it above your head until I tell you to put it down.
Here’s a question . . . How ... Read More »
Posted by Michele Skeim on 2/22/16
Do you remember the Stanford Prison Experiment? This was back in the 1971, held at Stanford. University (California, near San Jose). The experiment was designed by Phil Zimbardo. He created a study whereby student volunteers of Stanford were either put in the position of being a prisoner or a ... Read More »
Posted by Michele Skeim on 2/16/16
How do you want to improve this Lent? What are you going to do or stop doing to become close to God?
The gospel talks about three temptations that Jesus faced: Body needs,
Not trusting God.
What are you temptations? Fear? Sweets?
Laziness? the ... Read More »
Posted by Michele Skeim on 2/11/16
Last night was Carnival Time for many people all over the world. Especially in New Orleans, there were folks wearing all sorts of masks [show various masks] in what is known as Mardi Gras. Which means, “Fat Tuesday.” The tradition started as people were observing Lent, but with no ... Read More »